Category B1 License

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minimum age

18 years

Required category

no

Emergency Response Course

except owner cat. A1. Must not be older than 6 years.
Website recognized course organizers

eye test

must not be older than 24 months for each application for a learner driving license and must be completed by a Swiss optician/doctor.

Traffic medical examination

not mandatory

Exception:

  • First-time study of over 65-year-old or physically disabled applicants for a learner’s permit
  • if there are any doubts about your fitness to drive

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Description

CATEGORY B1 (SUB CATEGORY)

Small and three-wheeled motor vehicles with an unladen weight of not more than 550 kg.

Category B1 (subcategory)

minimum age

18 years

Required category

no

Emergency Response Course

except owner cat. A1. Must not be older than 6 years.
Website recognized course organizers

eye test

must not be older than 24 months for each application for a learner driving license and must be completed by a Swiss optician/doctor.

Traffic medical examination

not mandatory

Exception:

  • First-time study of over 65-year-old or physically disabled applicants for a learner’s permit
  • if there are any doubts about your fitness to drive

epileptic

are only admitted to traffic on the basis of an aptitude report from a neurologist or a doctor specializing in epilepsy.

basic theory exam

except owner cat. A1

Additional theory test

no

traffic knowledge

except owner cat. A1.

Validity of the learner’s permit

12 months

learning trips

  • Learner’s license required
  • no accompanying person required
  • Accompanying person only allowed as holder of the corresponding category

Additional permissions after acquiring the category

F, G, M as well as snowmobiles

Category B1 (subcategory)

 

EYESIGHT

visual acuity better eye: 0.5/poor eye: 0.2 (measured individually)
Single-eyed vision (incl. visual acuity of the poorer eye < 0.2): 0.6
Facial field Binocular vision: horizontal field of vision at least 120 degrees. Extension to the right and left at least 50 degrees. Extension up and down minimum 20 degrees. The central field of vision must be normal up to 20 degrees. Monocular vision: normal field of vision with normal eye mobility.
double vision No restrictive double images.
Twilight vision and sensitivity to glare No significant impairment of twilight vision. No significantly increased sensitivity to glare.
HEARING
ALCOHOL, NARCOTICS AND PSYCHOTROPIC DRUGS No dependency. No traffic-related abuse.
MENTAL DISORDERS
  • No mental disorders with significant effects on realistic perception, information processing and evaluation, the ability to react and situation-specific behavior control.
  • No impairment of traffic-related performance reserves.
  • No manic or significant depressive symptoms.
  • No significant personality disorders, in particular
  • No pronounced dissocial behavioral disorders.
  • No significant intellectual disability.
ORGANIC BRAIN DISORDERS
  • No illnesses or organically caused mental disorders with significant impairment of consciousness, orientation, memory, ability to think, ability to react or other brain disorders.
  • No manic or significant depressive symptoms.
  • No traffic-related behavioral disorders.
  • No impairment of traffic-related performance reserves.
NEUROLOGICAL DISEASES
  • No diseases or consequences of injury or surgery to the central or peripheral nervous system with a significant impact on the ability to drive a motor vehicle safely.
  • No disturbances or loss of consciousness. No imbalances.
CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES
  • No diseases with an increased risk of paroxysmal pain, attacks of malaise, a reduction in cerebral circulation with performance limitations or changes in consciousness or other permanent or episodic impairments of general well-being.
  • No significant blood pressure abnormality.
METABOLIC DISEASES
  • If you have diabetes (diabetes mellitus), you must have a stable blood sugar level without under- or over-sugar levels that are relevant to traffic.
  • No other metabolic disorders with a significant impact on the ability to drive a motor vehicle safely.
DISEASES OF THE RESPIRATORY AND ABDOMINAL ORGANS No disorders associated with increased daytime sleepiness and no other disorders or disabilities that affect the ability to drive a motor vehicle safely.
DISEASES OF THE SPINE AND MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM No deformity, disease, paralysis, result of injury or surgery significantly affecting the ability to drive a motor vehicle safely, which cannot be adequately corrected by facilities.

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