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Swiss driving license while living in Germany

I have converted my foreign license into swiss license by taking "Kontrollfahrt".
What if I resedent in Germany in the future?
Is that possible to convert swiss license into german one without taking any test?
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Re: Swiss driving license while living in Germany

not necessarily. It depends on the country originally issued you a driving license.
http://europa.eu/youreurope/citizens...y/index_en.htm
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Re: Swiss driving license while living in Germany

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not necessarily. It depends on the country originally issued you a driving license.
http://europa.eu/youreurope/citizens...y/index_en.htm
No. Once you've done the test for a Swiss one any previous licence, and where our when it was issued, is irrelevant.

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If you have previously exchanged a non-EU driving licence for an EU licence in another EU country, you can use it in Germany unless:

your EU or EEA driving licence was issued on the basis of a driving licence issued by a non-EU or non-EEA country (not listed in Annex 11 of the Driver Licencing Regulations)
and without taking a driving test, or
on the basis of a forged non-EU or non-EEA driving licence.
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