You will need a scooter driving license in The Netherlands. There are two sorts of scooters (can be the same model). Snorfiets and bromfiets. For both you need an AM-license, but the type 2 can drive faster and you need to wear a helmet.
How do I get a scooter license in the Netherlands?
To obtain a moped driving licence (category AM) in The Netherlands you must take a CBR Moped Theory Test and an on-road CBR Riding Test. You can reserve a slot for the CBR Theory Test from 15 years of age onwards, but you can only take this test when you are 15,5.
Can I drive scooter without license?
Once you have passed your Practical Test, you will have a licence to ride any machine of up to 125cc, so long as it’s power is restricted to 11kW, without L-plates and you may carry a pillion passenger.
Are scooters legal in Netherlands?
“Almost all e-scooters that you see on the streets in the Netherlands and abroad are prohibited on public roads in the Netherlands,” can be read on the ANWB website. Electric scooters, skateboards and segways are only allowed on the road if the government has designated them as a ‘special moped’.
Can I drive scooter with B category Netherlands?
A driver who has a Dutch license (or international equivalent) to operate a motorcycle (class A), car (class B), truck (class C) or bus (class D) is automatically allowed to drive a scooter and does not need an additional license.
Can you ride a scooter on a car Licence?
You can ride mopeds for as long as your car driving licence lasts.