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Old 10.09.2011, 15:18
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"L" blue learning sticker

Hi all,

I recently got a scooter and I am currently with the "learning license"

Can you suggest where to get those blue sticker which need to be placed on my scooter?

How many do I need, front and back?

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Re: "L" blue learning sticker

For the scooter you just need just one for the back. You need the one that is in METAL so you can screw it on with your license plate.

Least expensive is Migros Do-it, Co-op Brico or Jumbo.

Some gas stations and scooter shops will have them as well. Might be a bit more expensive. If you go to a scooter shop, they might even install it for you.
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thanks Verbier, that was helpful.
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Re: "L" blue learning sticker

I got my auto drive license yesterday , i have L sticker if you like to take it
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Re: "L" blue learning sticker

not worth the trip, it cost me 3.90chf...

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For the scooter you just need just one for the back. You need the one that is in METAL so you can screw it on with your license plate.

Least expensive is Migros Do-it, Co-op Brico or Jumbo.

Some gas stations and scooter shops will have them as well. Might be a bit more expensive. If you go to a scooter shop, they might even install it for you.
In case anyone comes back to this thread, I saw a rigid plastic one at the local Migros today (a larger one) that is ideal for scooters/motorcycles. It has 4 holes that allow you to attach it to the back plate. It was CHF 2.40
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