Probationary driving licences and speeding
If you have a probationary driving licence and have been caught speeding in Germany, our expert team of German lawyers may be able to help you.
The probationary period for new drivers in Germany is two years. Committing a driving offence while you possess a probationary driving licence can have severe consequences.
Whilst on probation, the German authorities differentiate between category A and category B motoring offences.
Category A offences are the most serious. After just one offence, the authorities can order the driver to participate in a driving seminar. At the same time, the probationary period extends by a further two years. Committing two category B driving offences has the same consequences.
If you have a probationary driving licence and have been charged with a motoring offence in Germany, contact our expert team of German lawyers on 0221 / 951 563 0 (Beratung bundesweit) for advice and assistance.