Regardless of if you live in Lund or Malmö, you may have noticed that neither of these cities are made for cars. The streets are narrow and a lot of space is given to public transportation, bikers and pedestrians. There are also a lot of laws and regulations that are important to know for anyone wanting to drive in Sweden. In addition, the process for getting a Swedish driver’s license varies depending on your citizenship.
But a car is still an essential part of life for many families, so whether you plan to buy, lease or rent a car, it is important to know a thing or two about how to drive legally in Sweden. We have invited representatives from Tuna Trafikskola to guide you through the basic knowledge needed for anyone interested in driving in Sweden. As the only driving school in Lund that offers driving courses in English, Tuna Trafikskola is used to handling questions from international students and expats.
Wednesday 7 March
Sankt Petri Kyrkogata 4, Lund
Event in English
Event free of charge
Please register by midnight 4 March.