My driving license (Führerschein) experience+tips

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9 minutes ago, Uncle Nick said:

The second link isn't from a driving school.

I see. Well, this I trust. Thanks.

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Please see sheet 4 in the link below. Japanese licenses can be directly exchanged without taking theory or practical exams. But since you want your wife to go through the training again, what you can do is to buy the app only (fahrschulcard.de), and study at home the 1078 questions given there. Any 30 of those questions will be asked in the theoretical exam.

 

https://www.bmvi.de/SharedDocs/EN/Documents/LA/driving-licence-provisions-fact-sheet.pdf?__blob=publicationFile

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1 minute ago, diding said:

In my theory exam they gave me an ipad that i can just tap the question. No pen needed

 

:) Though irrelevant, it was not an Ipad, but a Microsoft tablet :) 

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13 minutes ago, diding said:

Lol, there was someone asking in the first page if he should bring a pen.

 

Yeah, just saw it. A question, asked in February 2012 :) 

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Hello! I have a question, a few months back i passed the theory test in france but now i have decided to have the complete drivings license, do they accept my theory test here in germany? Or i have to do everything again? Or just the driving part?

 

Thank you all in advance for your help!

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A little update, i got back from a school and they told me that i should go with the document to the rathaus and have it certified or sth and with that i would only have to do driving part, so i will write here once i have something new to add since the rathaus is closed today 😂😂

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it's not totally unfair, although it is annoying! Although both EU countries, Germany and France do have slightly varying traffic laws. What comes to mind from my experience in both are the Autobahns and roundabouts (often bigger and faster in France). I'm sure there are many others...

 

 

 

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I think it helps if you have a relatively good command of German language (B2-ish). The more learning resource will be available to you and you will better communicate with your Fahrlehrer. Also you should know that some Fahrlehrer aren't the best people in the world. Choose wisely.

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