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Old 08.08.2019, 14:05
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Re: Motorbike Liscense A

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Actual law would be nice. However, the important part is: "Y es que con este permiso y una antigüedad superior a tres años, el reglamento permite conducir dentro del territorio nacional motocicletas que se encuentran dentro del permiso A1".
Found it:
Código de Tráfico y Seguridad Vial
§9 REGLAMENTO GENERAL DE CONDUCTORES
Article 5, Section 7 https://www.boe.es/buscar/act.php?id...180412&tn=1#a5
"El permiso de las clases B, B + E, C1, C1 + E, C, C + E, D1, D1 + E, D y D + E no autoriza a conducir motocicletas con o sin sidecar. No obstante, las personas que estén en posesión del permiso de la clase B en vigor, con una antigüedad superior a tres años, podrán conducir dentro del territorio nacional las motocicletas cuya conducción autoriza el permiso de la clase A1"

It is definitely a special Spanish rule which only applies within the Spanish territory but not abroad. To drive a 125 ccm (max. 11 kW) outside of Spain you will need at least A1 on the license.
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