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The minimum age for driving in Switzerland is 18 for cars and two-wheel vehicles of 50cc or more.
Small motorcycles of under 50cc may be driven from the age of 14 at a maximum speed of 30km/h.
You can find the address for your cantonal road traffic office here at the ASA (Association of Automobile Services) website. New cars need to be tested after four years on the road, then after a further three years and then every two years.
If you are driving a car not registered in your name, you should have a letter from the registered owner authorising you to do so. Every two years cars with catalytic converters or diesel engines also have to have an anti-pollution test; other cars have annual tests.
However, if your driver's licence is not in English, German, French or Italian, you will also need an International Driving Licence/Permit, which is not actually a licence but a translation of your foreign licence.The or motorway tax sticker costs CHF 40 and is available at customs offices, post offices and garages.It is valid for one year (1 January to 31 December) and you must pay the full price whether you are in Switzerland for the whole year or just one day.Insurance and licence plates must be purchased as well, and total fees can be expensive depending on the vehicle model, parking place and other details.You can find a list of customs offices in Switzerland from the Swiss Customs Administration.