EU provisional / learner / student licences are valid and can be used to drive and book a test providing you are old enough to drive in Cyprus.
Much of it is similar to the UK Highway Code but there are some differences. It can be used to assist a prosecution so you should be aware.
Many of the legal differences are already outlined within this site.
Form T.O.M. 25B is available and an English translation with full instructions can be downloaded here.
The test fee is €20.
It is possible to pay an extra €34.17 to take the test out of hours. This is to pay the examiner to work overtime. The test will be in the afternoon, after normal working hours. However, 21 days must elapse between the issue of a provisional licence and the test.
If you fail the test an interval of 30 days must elapse before it can be retaken.
Download the website details and instructions here (The instructions and the site are currently in Greek Only)
Consists of a short verbal theory test, in Greek or English, on traffic signs and the highway code, similar to that taken when applying for a provisional licence.
To take the motorcycle test you must be in possession or have use of a suitable motorcycle. It is now legal to hire a motorcycle for the purpose of taking the test.
The test is specific to the category of the motorcycle on which the test is taken, that is A1, A2, A.
If you take your test on an automatic motorcycle or ATV and pass, you will only be able to drive automatics on your full licence. A pass on a motorcycle or ATV with a manual gearbox will enable you to drive manual and automatics.
Are not a category but are either motorcycles or mopeds depending on their engine size and specification.
Download driving test pass rates by category and by province from 1-1-2007 to 31-12-2007.
The Department of Transport have put out to tender for the supply of computers required for adopting a UK style driving theory test for Cyprus.