Bear in mind that both are conducted solely in the Russian language so you will need to speak some Russian.
Courses vary in length, cost and intensity, and it’s important to pick a provider that is registered with the GIBDD in your local area.
Many Russian driving schools offer packages to study for both the theoretical and practical Russian driving tests.
As of 2016, the Russian driving test is stricter; previously three exercises were examined, while now five exercises must be completed (or six in an automated circuit or test track).
Some examples of exercises include: If you pass, with your certificate you can proceed to book the final part of the test, the theoretical exam.
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However, for some foreigners, getting a Russian driving licence can be a long-winded process; if you’re moving permanently, you’ll need to take a theoretical driving test in Russian, even if you’ve already passed the test in another country, and in some cases a practical driving test as well.
Tourists and expats in Moscow are permitted to drive using the driving licence issued in their native country for the first six months after arriving in Russia.
You will need to complete two sections to pass your Russian driving exam: on a test track, usually taken at or near your driving school, as well as on public roads.
The examiner may use trick questions or instructions, so you will need to know the correct place to drive or park.
In Moscow, you can find practice routes and test routes on the GIBDD website here (or you can switch region).