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Category L vehicles in Europe are defined as lightweight vehicles, with a maximum unladen mass of 3.5 tons. This category includes several subcategories, such as L1, L2, L3, and L4, based on the vehicle’s carrying capacity and unladen mass.

To drive category L vehicles in Europe, you need to have a category B driving license. In some cases, a category D license may be required if the vehicle is used to transport more than 9 people, including the driver.

Category L vehicles can be used for commercial purposes in Europe, such as transporting goods or passengers. However, certain requirements may need to be met, such as obtaining a commercial vehicle license and complying with specific regulations and standards.

A technical sheet is a document that provides detailed information about a vehicle, including its technical specifications and performance data. For category L vehicles, the technical sheet should include information such as the vehicle’s unladen mass, engine type and size, and emissions standards.

Category L vehicles can be modified or customized in Europe, but certain rules and regulations must be followed. Any modifications should not compromise the safety or performance of the vehicle, and the COP certificate may need to be updated to reflect the changes. It is important to consult with a qualified mechanic or specialist before making any modifications to a category L vehicle.