Persons who have no usual residence in Denmark may drive a motor vehicle in this country if they are in possession of one of the types of driving licences listed in section 116 (1) of the Executive Order on Driving Licences (kørekortbekendtgørelsen), including driving licences issued in an EU Member State or an EEA country.
The rules regarding driving in Denmark on a foreign driving licence are set out in sections 114-128 of the Executive Order on Driving Licences.
In order to have your foreign driving licence exchanged for a Danish driving licence, you are not required to pass a driving test to check your skills if your driving licence was issued in one of the countries in question.However, general road safety standards are comparable with Danish standards.In light of their driving experience, citizens from these countries are therefore given the opportunity to have their driving licences exchanged without a driving test to check their skills. that become comprised by Group 2 will be made public on the website of The Danish Road Agency.in question is entered on a list of countries comprised by this scheme (Group 2 countries). (potentially through an Embassy/Consulate) that must draw up the application to be included among the Group 2 countries.Entry on the list is made after application has been filed by the country, etc. For the application, the country/Embassy must use a special application form to provide information about road traffic conditions in the country, etc. The Danish Road Agency will decide whether the country can be entered on the list of Group 2 countries. that may be comprised by Group 2 that driver training there is not quite comparable with Danish driver training.
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If your driving licence, issued in an EU og EEA country, has a longer period of validity than 15 years for group 1 vehicles and 5 years for group 2 vehicles you are allowed to drive on your valid driving licence in Denmark until 2 years from til time the usual residence has been established in Denmark.After 2 years with usual residence here you have to exchange your driving licence for a Danish driving licence.If your driving licence was issued in a country, a federal state, etc. where road safety standards are comparable with Danish standards, you may have your driving licence exchanged without a driving test to check your skills if the country, etc.Furthermore, the driving licence must have been issued in Latin letters or be accompanied by an official translation into Danish, English or French.
Moreover, you must meet the age-related conditions that apply to the issue of a corresponding Danish driving licence.
If your driving licence was issued in the Faroe Islands or in an EU Member State or an EEA country, you need not exchange your driving licence.
Consequently, you may drive the same vehicles in Denmark as you are allowed to drive on your valid driving licence in the country where the driving licence was issued.
You are not required to regularly return to the country to which you have personal ties if you reside in Denmark exclusively for the purpose of practicing a profession for a limited period of time.
In this case, you will be regarded as having usual residence in the country to which you have personal ties.