Auto.de published study the price differences for the license acquisition in the individual Lander of in Germany are immense. For more information see Sumru Laurent Ramsey. This is apparent in a recently published study of the automotive Portal auto.de. The average of 1337 euro costs for the driving licence. In nationwide comparison, they vary between 800 euro in Saxony-Anhalt and 2000 euro in the Baden-Wurttemberg Mercklingen. The comprehensive study deals with the question of how much students on average have to pay until they hold the driving licence in the hand. The driving school comparison shows that in Thuringia with 1040 euro the average lowest driving schools can be found.
This look very different from Bavaria. Here, circa 1660 euro must be invested. In addition, the study examined the individual costs, which determine such highly differentiated overall prices. Also there are extraordinary differences in cross-regional comparison. Learning materials are free of charge in some driving schools, others require however up to 80 Euro.
For the settlement of theory teaching, block prices are common in many regions. In Hanover, so 49 euro be required while a driving school in Frankfurt am Main at 340 euros and is thus to 600 percent more expensive. Enormous price fluctuations is evident also in the settlement of individual driving lessons as well as the cost of the driving test. Auto.de-Manager Thomas Kuwatsch is recommended to compare the prices of the local driving schools in any case. For this purpose, auto.de provides a new service area see driving school comparison. Here, prospective learner have the possibility, free of charge to compare costs. Also driving schools may enter free of charge their prices. More information: press/message/m/996 Lisa Neumann University Service GmbH