Your complete guide to Swedish parking signs (and avoiding eye-watering fines)

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Although Swedes are usually great at English, parking signs are in Swedish or sometimes just unfamiliar and there’s rarely someone around to ask when you need help.  If you take a chance, it never seems to take long before a fine is slapped on your windscreen, especially in Stockholm.  Parking fines in Sweden can cost […]

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The Step-By-Step Guide To A Swedish Driving License 

This article is created together with Kö an education company focused on driving license theory in multiple languages. There are many reasons to go through the trouble of getting a Swedish driving license. Whatever your reasons, a Swedish driving license is a good investment if you plan to stay in Sweden for a while. Steps to get a […]

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Exchange a driving license from a EU country

رخصة قيادة من إحدى دول الاتحاد الأوروبي

It is possible to exchange a driving license issued within the EEA to a Swedish driving license. To do this you must: have a valid driver’s license from within the EEA be registered with the Swedish Tax Agency – so called bokförd i Sverige How to do change your driving license Go the Swedish Transport Agency (Transportstyrelsen) website and order the application […]

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Driving license from a non-EU country

رخصة قيادة من بلد خارج الاتحاد الأوروبي

Are you driving in Sweden on a Non EU driving license? Watch out for the one-year-limit! Driving licenses from a non-EU country are generally valid in Sweden, if they are valid in the country where they were issued. There is, however, an important limit to this validity: a non-EU driving license is generally valid for just one year. […]

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Which licenses are valid in Sweden?

valid driving license

All driving licenses issued within the European Economic Area, the EEA, are valid in Sweden as long as they are valid in the country where they were issued – not matter how long you stay in Sweden. The EEA countries are: Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, […]

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