Medical examination for category C or D driver’s licence (possibly extended with category E)
You will require a medical examination when you first apply for a category C or D driver’s licence or if you need to extend these licences. A medical examination for a driver’s licence is conducted by a medical doctor employed by a certified occupational health service. KLM Health Services gladly offers this expertise.
When are you required to undergo a driver’s examination for a category C or D licence (possibly extended with category E)?
In the Netherlands, a category C or D driver’s licence remains valid for five years, after which you are required to undergo a medical examination to extend your licence.
What does the medical examination involve?
The purpose of the examination is to establish whether the examinee has any conditions that may be a hazard when driving in traffic. The examination is based on a questionnaire issued by the National Licensing Authority (CBR). The doctor will also conduct a physical examination. Your eyesight will be tested, among other things, and a urine sample will be taken.
We’d be happy to help you if you have any questions about the examination or if you are unsure which examination is right for you. Don’t hesitate to call us at +31 (0)20 649 30 72 or send us an email. You can submit your details using this form and we’ll contact you as soon as possible.
Where are we located?
You’ll find us in The Hague or at Schiphol-East near Amsterdam.