Two phases to obtain your driving license in Switzerland
Switzerland has a strict procedure for obtaining a driving license, which includes two distinct phases. The first phase consists of theoretical classes and an theoretical exam, while the second phase is practical and includes driving lessons and a practical exam. The second phase is essential to gain driving experience and improve the road safety of new drivers.
Mandatory complementary training with the TCS
Once you have obtained your driving license on probation in Switzerland, you are required to attend a one-day complementary training course. This course must be taken within twelve months of receiving your driving license on probation, and focuses on braking ability, economical and environmentally friendly driving, as well as experimenting with driving situations that are close to reality. This course is provided by the Touring Club Switzerland (TCS), a Swiss mobility organization that aims to promote road safety and improve driving skills.
Partnership with AEL Auto-école Lémanique Genève
AEL Auto-école Lémanique Genève is proud to partner with TCS to offer high-quality driving training to new drivers in Switzerland. In addition to providing practical driving classes and theoretical classes for new drivers, AEL Auto-école Lémanique Genève also offers a special offer of 30 CHF for new students who wish to attend the complementary training course of the second phase provided by the TCS. Drivers can contact AEL Auto-école Lémanique Genève to receive a 30 CHF voucher to use for their mandatory complementary training.
How to take advantage of AEL Auto-école Lémanique Genève's special offer
New drivers in Switzerland can take advantage of AEL Auto-école Lémanique Genève's special offer of 30 CHF for the complementary training of the second phase by contacting the school. In addition to receiving an advantageous offer for their complementary training, drivers can enjoy high-quality driving training focused on road safety and the environment.
Driving training in Switzerland includes two distinct phases, which aim to improve the road safety of new drivers. The second phase is essential to gain practical driving experience and includes a one-day complementary training course provided by the TCS. New drivers in Switzerland can contact AEL Auto-école Lémanique Genève to take advantage of a special offer of 30 CHF for the complementary training of the second phase, in addition to high-quality driving training focused on road safety and the environment.