In addition to lessons with the driving instructor, it is vital for student drivers to obtain driving experience. Surveys of student drivers show that their parents or friends often have vehicles with automatic transmission, which are unsuitable for driving lessons or in which the passenger does not feel safe enough.
The Swiss Council for Accident Prevention (bfu) recommends a minimum of 3,000 km before taking the driving test. This is equivalent to about 100 hours, divided between instructor-led and private driving lessons.
With the new SEAT Ibiza with double pedals, Europcar provides you with the ideal car for driving lessons. With the accelerator, brake pedal and clutch on the passenger side, a second rear and wing mirror and warning sensors around the vehicle, the passenger can assist the learner driver in critical situations. Furthermore, the speed and fuel gauges are clearly visible to the passenger on the radio display.
You can rent the SEAT Ibiza for half a day, for the evening or by the day and enjoy stress-free practice lessons such as mountain driving, parking manoeuvres and changing lanes.
|1 to 4 hours||85.00 CHF||unlimited km||0.00 CHF|
|5 to 8 hours||130.00 CHF||unlimited km||0.00 CHF|
from 17:00 to 08:30
|130.00 CHF||unlimited km||0.00 CHF|
|169.00 CHF||150 km||0.60 CHF|
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The student must be in possession of a valid class B driving licence and must be at least 18 years old.
The co - driver must be at least 23 years of age, have completed the 2-phase training and have held the corresponding driving licence for at least three years.
During private driving lessons, the student driver and co-driver (renter) must be present at the pickup of the vehicle.
Driving instructors may rent the vehicles for commercial lessons, only if a driving instructor's licence is presented at the takeover.
The co-driver/driving instructor is legally responsible for the student during the entire rental period.
The co-driver/driving instructor is obliged to comply with the statutory provisions