Driver’s License applicable in Israel*
Age 21 +
Knowledge of Hebrew
Experience driving public vehicles.
10 years of formal education.
*Open to Israeli residency holders only
Main subjects: Traffic laws, recognize your vehicle, safety driving, transporting children, first Aid, geography, company and labor laws, fire and other sabotage rules.
Exams: Apart from internal exams at the college, students will need to undertake two external theoretical exams held by the Ministry of Transportation which will include knowledge of the country and of vehicle laws in Israel.
Students will also need to complete their Traffic laws exams (theory) at the offices of the Ministry of Transportation.
The field of public transportation has become, within a relatively short time, a rapidly developing and growing field with enormous possibilities. The program is varied and designed to train professionals in a wide range of subjects, designed to meet the needs and growing requirements of public transportation. Upon completion of all course requirements students will be eligible to a Driver’s license type D and D1 for public transportation vehicles, including taxis and buses.
How does the registration process work?
The DMV College in Haifa will be responsible for processing your forms and summon you to a professional diagnostic check at the Milo Institute in Haifa. Allow for three months for processing your results. The college will contact you once you have successfully completed the process!