What can you drive with a Category A1 driving licence?
Category A1 entitles you to ride a light motorcycle with or without a sidecar, among other things.
You must be at least 16 years old to get a Category A1 driving licence.
Information about the motorcycle, such as cylinder capacity and power output, can be found in the Vehicle Registration Certificate.
You can ride a light motorcycle with or without a sidecar. The motorcycle can have a cylinder capacity of up to 125 cm3 and a power output of up to 11 kW.
You can drive a motorcycle with three wheels and a power output of up to 15 kW.
You can drive a moped with two, three or four wheels.
If the moped has three or four wheels and an unladen weight of more than 150 kg, you must be at least 18 years old. If the moped is electrically powered, the batteries should not be included in the moped’s unladen weight.
In your driving licence, this is marked as Category AM.
With a Category A1 licence acquired before 1 July 2006
You can drive a snowmobile with or without a trailer sledge.
In your driving licence, this is marked as Category S.
The driving entitlement for snowmobiles is only valid in Norway and Sweden.
Would you like to get a driving licence for other categories?
You can upgrade your driving licence with additional categories.