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The service offices of the Road Administration are open. The doors of the office show the maximum number of clients who may be in the room at any one time. Clients who have made a booking will be served first. Those who do not have a booking should consider that queues may be long and that they may have to wait outside. Pre-registration checks can only be made with a booking.

Contactless or minimum contact services are preferred, and these are available in all the offices. We have developed these services for the emergency situation in in order to avoid the risk of infection.

If, however, it is not possible to provide the service you need over the internet, book an appointment with the Road Administration.

Exams taking place right now are:

  • Category A driving tests (registration by the driving school, as of May, also with e-service).
  • Driving theory tests (registration with e-service).

The measures introduced are constantly reviewed by the Road Administration and we will provide information about further activities. We recommend that you follow the updated information on the Road Administration website.

Last updated: 06.08.2020 12:50

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A Road Administration inspector can be requested to inspect tractors, driveable machines and their trailers. The application for an inspection should be sent by email to info@mnt.ee, with the nearest office (e.g. Tartu) and "Application for an inspection" as the subject line. The Road Administration service centre will inform you when the service will be provided. When the inspector arrives, please remember:

  • the machine must be in the open and accessible
  • the manufacturers identification mark of the machine on the body or chassis must be cleaned in advance and must be legible
  • original documents must be inside the machine where the inspector can reach them
  • you do not need to be present by the machine during the inspection. If you want to observe the inspection, you must maintain your distance

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You must certainly complete your final stage training if you want to exchange your provisional driving licence for a permanent one. We recommend that you contact driving schools and take the final stage training as soon as possible. Once you have passed the training, the driving school will send the data electronically to the traffic register. After the data have been received by the traffic register you will be able to apply to exchange your provisional licence for a full driving licence in the online service of the Road Administration. For more information on exchanging a provisional licence see the website of the Road Administration.

Last updated: 06.08.2020 12:50

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