In order to be granted a CPC for Emergency Vehicles, you need to fulfil the following requirements:
- Submit a health certificate and fulfil the health requirements for category D
- Be at least 20 years old
- Have held a licence for passenger cars (Category B) continuously over the last two years
- Be able to document that your employment or voluntary work involves emergency vehicle driving
You need to complete a mandatory course for emergency vehicle driving, and to pass both a theory test and a practical driving test. The course must be provided by an approved course organiser. View list of approved course organisers (PDF).
When you have completed your training and passed the tests you will be issued with a new driving licence carrying the national code 160. View test prices and issuing fees here.
A CPC for Emergency Vehicles is valid for five years. In order to renew your CPC you need to visit a Driver and Vehicle Licensing Office (trafikkstasjon) and bring the following:
- valid proof of identity (you must be less than 70 years old)
- a health certificate showing that you fulfil the health requirements for category D
- documentation that your employment or voluntary work involves emergency vehicle driving
If you have questions regarding the CPC for Drivers of Emergency Vehicles, send us an e-mail: email@example.com.