Cyprus, UK & EU
Only Cyprus residents who can prove they have lived in the country for six months are eligible to apply for a Cyprus Driving Licence or take any Cyprus Driving Test.
UK Moped licence
The definition of moped changed several times depending on when you obtained your licence: These are the definitions from June 1990. Prior to that Moped was group E.
Moped – Motor vehicles with fewer than 4 wheels which, if propelled by an internal combustion engine, has a cylinder capacity not exceeding 50cc and, if not equipped with pedals by means of which the vehicle is capable of being propelled, has a maximum design speed not exceeding 25km/h.
Moped – Motor vehicles with fewer than 4 wheels with a maximum design speed exceeding 45 kilometres per hour (km/h) but not exceeding 50km/h and which, if propelled by an internal combustion engine, has a cylinder capacity not exceeding 50cc.
Cyprus Moped licence.
Prior 13 January 2013 the category was I/j and has to be entered on the licence. The UK CBT has no validity in Cyprus.
AM – The Current EU catagory & definition of a moped
Moped – 2-wheel vehicles or 3-wheel vehicles with a maximum design speed of over 25km/h and not more than 45km/h. Light quadricycle With an unladen mass of not more than 350kg, not including the mass of the batteries in the case of electric vehicles, whose maximum design speed is over 25km/h and not more than 45km/h.
Does my UK licence allow me to ride a moped ?
If you have a full entitlement to ride a moped (q,p,AM) it will be stated on the rear of the plastic part of the licence.
As your photo card licence is renewed the category will be updated to the new designation and the old licence category is listed at the bottom of the licence.
UK Provisional Licence:
If you have a provisional entitlement for Moped the appropriate category (q,p,AM) will be on the counterpart licence.
Does my EU licence allow me to ride a moped ?
If you have an entitlement to ride a moped it will be stated on the licence. The catagory will vary depending on when and in which country your licence was issued. It has now been standarized to AM throughout the EU.