Original price was: CHF240.00.Current price is: CHF189.00.


VKU English Zurich

Discover the world of driving with our intensive VKU English course in Zurich at DriveLab 🚗. In a brisk two-day course, uncover essential traffic knowledge under the expert guidance of Dario.


Our central location near Zurich Main Station provides an exciting, interactive learning environment 🎓.

Bring Along

Just bring a pen, everything else – including water – is taken care of!


Cancel for free up to 48 hours before the course begins. Questions? Simply call Dario at +41762371307 or drop him a message on WhatsApp 📞.
Your journey towards a successful driving test begins here! ✅


DriveLab’s VKU course in English, located conveniently next to Zurich’s main station, is a definitive program for those preparing for the car exam. This intensive two-day course covers crucial traffic knowledge without requiring a subsequent exam, focusing on real-world driving challenges. It features a bilingual instructor capable of assisting in German, Spanish, or French, ensuring comprehensive understanding.

The curriculum spans four key areas: traffic vision, dynamics, environment, and tactics, tackling everything from sensorimotor skills to eco-friendly driving practices. Dario Lichtensteiger, a seasoned driving instructor with a passion for pedagogy, leads the course, bringing a mix of expertise and humor to the learning experience.

Participants will benefit from modern facilities at the Pädagogische Hochschule and are encouraged to register after passing the theory test to maximize the application of VKU knowledge during driver training. With a policy change in 2021, the VKU’s validity no longer expires, allowing learners the flexibility to attend early without concern. The VKU signifies more than just a course; it represents a step towards responsible and informed driving, delivering not only skills but also a deeper understanding of traffic behavior and safety.


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