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Driving with an escort is a novelty that allows that in addition to the responsibility of the driving school, their driving instructors, part of the responsibility is also transferred to the companions of young drivers. One of the essential tasks of a companion is to shape a young driver into a thoughtful safe and calm road user and to give him the appropriate driving culture. In this way, the candidate and his / her companion will gain relevant driving experience and face a great deal of responsibility, which he / she will then take on as a driver.
The future is expected to lead to a reduction in speeding, drink-driving and greater compliance with speed limits.
The escort may be one of the parents, adoptive parents, guardians, custodians or another person who is at least 27 years old and has a valid driving license for category B motor vehicles for at least five years and has no more than five penalty points in the records.
If you are a candidate for a driver under the age of 18, you will be able to be accompanied by another person, provided that your parents, guardians, adoptive parents or foster parents agree to this in writing. You must also take a CPP course beforehand.
The driving test at the age of 16 means driving with an escort until the child reaches the age of majority. a maximum of two years from the start of the training. The candidate must then pass an examination drive to obtain a category B examination. The category B exam and the driving test at the age of 16 are very similar in terms of steps to the exam, except that a candidate who will be driving with an escort (driving test at the age of 16) can take CPP lectures earlier. In both cases, the condition for the main test drive is adulthood, but a candidate who started training for driving at the age of 16, up to the age of 18 and having passed the test drive, may not drive a car independently, without a companion.