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Briefing: Conditional Licences and Alcohol Interlock Rehabilitation Programmes in the Revision of the EU Driving Licence Directive 2006/126

  • January 5, 2023

The European Commission is preparing to revise the EU Driving Licence Directive 2006/126. A stated objective of the legislation is to enhance road safety: contributing to ‘Vision Zero’ and the target of reducing road deaths and serious injuries by 50% by 2030. This briefing looks at provisions for conditional driving licences and alcohol interlock rehabilitation programmes and changes which could be made to facilitate their use within the revision of the Driving Licence Directive 2006/126.


This special briefing accompanies ETSC’s recently published position paper on the revision of the Driving Licence Directive, which examines various other issues around driver licensing and road safety.

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