Frequently asked questions:
No, it is possible to take only the class B driving test in English.
You can start learning for the theory test, but you cannot take any tests until you are eighteen as this is the minimum age for driving in Spain on a class B driving licence.
The first step is to visit the “Jefatura Provincial de Tráfico” of the town where you reside, requesting an appointment at the following link: Appoinment
If you don’t know where to find the official body of your town where you have to take the exam, consult the following link: List of DGT in all provinces
- • Spanish Residency
- • Medical Certificate
- • 2 passport-sized photos
- • Traffic fees to take the exam: €90.30
REMEMBER: It’s essential to have Spanish residence at the time when you request your appointment. Otherwise, it won’t be possible to apply.
No, Spain does not recognise the UK theory test.
The DGT only allows you to take the driving exam for the Class B (cars) permit in English. All other driving permits, such as the Class A (motorcycles) or C Class (trucks) must be done in Spanish.
No, the law does not require this, but your chances of passing the theory test will be seriously disadvantaged if you don’t and you will also find it difficult to obtain the necessary learning material as this is not readily available in bookshops.
Once you are ready for the exam, you must book your theory test in English directly at your local DGT office.
The theoretical exam cannot be taken online. It is a paper test
No, the law does not require it. We will provide you the material needed to pass the theory test without attending lessons.
You must go to a driving school of your choice and take driving lessons in order to be able to take the practical driving exam.
No, your result will be published on the DGT website at around noon on the following day. If you take the exam on a Friday, you will have to wait till Monday.
Yes, you must go to a DGT office and apply for your exam personally.
Yes, We will add new tests periodically.
No, it’s not possible. You can practise with all our online tests, the same as the one that you’ll find on exam day, but for the exam you must go to the Jefatura Provincial de Tráfico office of your town on-site and sit the test either on paper or their computer.