Budapest. VII.Ker. Erzsébet Krt. 4. fsz 4. (At Blaha Lujza square)     Mobil: +36-70-509-9431

Driving licence naturalization in Hungary

Our school helps to you all the procedures  about the driving licence

naturalization.

 

+36-70-509-9431 / Anda János

 

Szuper Jogsi Driving school:

Office address: 1073. Budapest, Erzsébet krt. 4. fsz./4.

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Internet: www.szuperjogsi.hu

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OFFICE-HOURS IN ENGLISH:  Tuesday - from 1 pm - 5 pm            Friday - from 4 pm - 7 pm

 Saturday –Sunday: Closed

 

 

If you would like to apply click

here.

 

License issued by the foreign authority may authorize to driving if it is contains:
a) the data of the owner's license,
b) the photograph of the owner,
c) the dates of the issue of license,
d) the number of the license,
e) the date of the driving license validity,
f) the "permis de conduire writing" on it, the name and /or state identification, a licensing country
provided that the entries made in the boxes and Latin characters or English cursive letters,
or in this form are repeated on the licence.


Driving license issued by the foreign authority shall be deemed adequate if:

a) in the country in which the license was issued joined the 1968 Vienna Convention on Road Traffic, or
b) the license was issued in another EEA state,
c) is accompanied by a certified translation into Hungarian, and use it to determine the content of driving privileges.
 This type of foreign driving licence exchangeable without exam requirement.

A foreign driver's license uthorize driving for one year from the date of the beginning to staying in the Republic of Hungary, after the foreign driving license need to be replaced to Hungarian driving license .

The obligation to exchange is not covered by a valid driving license issued in another EEA State which authorizes driving within the validity period.

If reciprocity notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (4), a member of an international organization operating in Hungary diplomatic and consular representation and Hungary established diplomatic, administrative and technical staff, family members or driving licenses issued abroad entitles driving without a time limit.

Driving license issued by the foreign authority shall be considered valid if:
a) the holder of a driving license declares that the foreign driving license is issued, the issuing country was habitually resident or resident;
b) the holder of a foreign driving license meets the age criteria.


At naturalization the issued by a third country driving license, the Traffic Management Authority withdraw, when issue the Hungarian driving license.
If the third-country nationals leave the territory of the country and give back the Hungarian driving license the Traffic Management Authority give back the issued by foreign authorities driving license.

If the driving license submitted for exchange was issued in a country, which joined the Vienna Convention on Road Traffic of 1968, the holder of the driving license can drive a vehicle for a period of one year from the start date of his/her continuous residence, after that period the driving license can be exchanged for a Hungarian one without any test.

Citizens from following countries can drive in Hungary - Austria, Bahamas Islands, Bahrain, Belarus, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Central African Republic, Czech Republic, Croatia, Cuba, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Guyana, Iran, Israel, Italy, Ivory Coast, Kuwait, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Republic of Macedonia, Morocco, Moldova, Monaco, Niger, Norway, Russian Federation, Pakistan, the Philippines, Romania, San Marino, Senegal, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Switzerland, Islands of the Seychelles, Sweden, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uruguay, Zaire, Zimbabwe. This is because they have joined the International Vehicular Agreement of Vienna.

All other citizens have to naturalize their driving license for legal driving in Hungary.

Naturalization process

 1. The required documents:

  1.     Certified hungarian  translation of your foreign driving licence, (Address of Translation Office: OFFI Zrt. 1062 Budapest, Bajza utca 52. tel.: 36-1-428-9600)
  2.     Your foreign driving licence,
  3.     Medical certificate for "B" category driving licence (Our school give address for you.)
  4.     ID or passport,
  5.     Plastic address card (or the white sheet address card),
  6.     Residence permit.

2. With the documents visit the Central Registration Office (Central Office for Administrative and Electronic Public Services)   address: 1133 Budapest, Visegrádi u. 110-112,

 In 30 days it will be judged what kind of exams you should take, it can be only theoretical or theoretical and practical.

3. Come in our driving school, where we help to prepare the necessary theoretical or theoretical and practical exams. For theory exam you able to get study material from our school.

Registration days:

Tuesday 1 pm - 5 pm

Friday    4 pm – 7 pm.

For registration we need:

Identity card or passport.

Address card

Residence permit.

Fill in contract form with the school (received in the office)

Pay the theoretical education tuition fee: (25.000 HUF)

The prices of practice driving lessons in English: on weekdays 4.800 HUF/session

Before 8:00 am and after 6:00 pm and at weekends and holidays extra charge need to pay, 500 HUF/session, in this case the driving practice hours 5.300 HUF/session.

On demand the student can ask quick start and intensive driving lessons. (three times/week or more)

In this case extra charge need to pay, 500 HUF/session. (5.300 HUF/session)

4. After the exams visit the National Transport Authority. Here, you will receive a certificate of successful exam, exams.

5. Visit again the Central Registration Office with the documents mentioned above and with the exam certificate.

In 30 days you can get your driving licence.

 

Customer Service Centre

Contacts Address: H-1133 Budapest, Visegrádi utca 110-112.
  Phone: 1818
    From abroad: +36-1-550-1858
  Fax: +36-1-550-1819
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Opening hours Monday: 8:00-20:00
  Tuesday: 8:00-20:00
  Wednesday: 8:00-20:00
  Thursday: 8:00-20:00
  Friday: 8:00-20:00
  Saturday: 8:00-14:00
  Sunday: 8:00-14:00

 

WARNING! Administration of Official Certificate of Good Conduct can be arranged only on weekdays from Monday till Thursday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, on Friday from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm.

Ratification of the EEA Agreement

StateSignature Ratification Entry into forceNotes
 Austria 2 May 1992 15 October 1992 1 January 1994 EU member (from 1 January 1995)
Acceded to the EEA as an EFTA member[13]
 Belgium 2 May 1992 9 November 1993 1 January 1994 EU member
 Bulgaria[14] 25 July 2007 29 February 2008 9 November 2011 EU member
 Croatia[2] 11 April 2014 No No EU member (provisional application from 12 April 2014)
 Cyprus[15] 14 October 2003 30 April 2004 6 December 2005 EU member
 Czech Republic[15] 14 October 2003 10 June 2004 6 December 2005 EU member
 Denmark 2 May 1992 30 December 1992 1 January 1994 EU member
 Estonia[15] 14 October 2003 13 May 2004 6 December 2005 EU member
 Finland 2 May 1992 17 December 1992 1 January 1994 EU member (from 1 January 1995)
Acceded to the EEA as an EFTA member[13]
 France 2 May 1992 10 December 1993 1 January 1994 EU member
 Germany 2 May 1992 23 June 1993 1 January 1994 EU member
 Greece 2 May 1992 10 September 1993 1 January 1994 EU member
 Hungary[15] 14 October 2003 26 April 2004 6 December 2005 EU member
 Iceland 2 May 1992 4 February 1993 1 January 1994 EFTA member
 Ireland 2 May 1992 29 July 1993 1 January 1994 EU member
 Italy 2 May 1992 15 November 1993 1 January 1994 EU member
 Latvia[15] 14 October 2003 4 May 2004 6 December 2005 EU member
 Liechtenstein 2 May 1992 25 April 1995 1 May 1995 EFTA member
 Lithuania[15] 14 October 2003 27 April 2004 6 December 2005 EU member
 Luxembourg 2 May 1992 21 October 1993 1 January 1994 EU member
 Malta[15] 14 October 2003 5 March 2004 6 December 2005 EU member
 Netherlands 2 May 1992 31 December 1992 1 January 1994 EU member
 Norway 2 May 1992 19 November 1992 1 January 1994 EFTA member
 Poland[15] 14 October 2003 8 October 2004 6 December 2005 EU member
 Portugal 2 May 1992 9 March 1993 1 January 1994 EU member
 Romania[14] 25 July 2007 23 May 2008 9 November 2011 EU member
 Slovakia[15] 14 October 2003 19 March 2004 6 December 2005 EU member
 Slovenia[15] 14 October 2003 30 June 2005 6 December 2005 EU member
 Spain 2 May 1992 3 December 1993 1 January 1994 EU member
 Sweden 2 May 1992 18 December 1992 1 January 1994 EU member (from 1 January 1995)
Acceded to the EEA as an EFTA member[13]
  Switzerland[13] 2 May 1992 No No EFTA member
EEA ratification rejected in a 1992 referendum
 United Kingdom 2 May 1992 15 November 1993 1 January 1994 EU member

 

If you need help call me: Anda János - +36-70-509-9431

 

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