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A driving licence for an all-terrain vehicle

A driving licence for an all-terrain vehicle

The driving licence required for driving an all-terrain vehicle depends on the vehicle category of the vehicle being driven.

Some all-terrain vehicles are classified as tractors, in which case they require a category T driving licence

  • Category T1a and T1b all-terrain vehicle. The maximum structural speed for the vehicle is 60 km/h.
  • Category T3a all-terrain vehicle. The maximum structural speed for the vehicle is 40 km/h.

Some quad cars can be driven with a light quadricycle driving licence (category AM/121)

  • Category L6e-A light on-road all-terrain vehicle. The maximum structural speed for the vehicle is 45 km/h.
  • Category T3a all-terrain vehicle. The maximum structural speed for the vehicle is 40 km/h.
  • Category T3b all-terrain vehicle. The structural speed of the vehicle is over 40 km/h, but a maximum of 60 km/h.

For driving some quad cars, a category B driving licence is required

  • Category L7e-A on-road all-terrain vehicle.
  • Category L7e-B off-road all-terrain vehicle
 

 

Page updated 07/12/2018

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