Last modified on April 17, 2024


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Legislative basis for CCAM testing

Legal basis for testing: Road Traffic Rules Act, Article 27a (Testing permit procedure).

Contact information: There is not a clearly defined first point of contact for CCAM testing.


Application Requirements

There is no application form. According to the 10th paragraph of the article 27.a, the manufacturer of an automated vehicle or automated driving system shall notify the police and the Traffic Information Centre (TIC) by electronic means of the intended testing of such vehicle or system. The notification shall include details of the manufacturer, the responsible person of the manufacturer, details of the drivers who will test the automated vehicle, details of the automated vehicle including the plate number, details of the equipment to be tested and the intended road section and time of the test. No test permit is needed.

Entities allowed to apply to the exemption: Manufacturers of an automated vehicle or a system for automated driving.

Responsible for the safety validation: Self-assessment by the applicant.

Application fee: Not required.

 Is a test permit issued by another country accepted? Not accepted.

Conditions for Testing

Vehicle categories: Cars, Trucks, Buses, Shuttles, Small urban goods delivery vehicle robots.

SAE levels: First, second or third level according to SAE J3016.

ADAS / AD systems: No limitations

Use-Cases: No limitations

Geographical areas: No limitations

Permit validity: 2 years

Other conditions:

  • Maximum permitted speed: 100km/h

Driver Requirements

Safety driver: Always required.

Remote operation with no safety driver inside or in sight of the vehicle: No, the vehicle must include a driver during testing.


Data Requirements

Obligation to report to authority during/after CCAM tests: Not mandatory.

Obligation to report to authority in case of accident:  Not mandatory. In case of accidents, the paragraph no. 6 applies: To determine the driver’s behaviour during the testing of an automated vehicle, the driver of the automated vehicle shall be monitored and recorded while driving by electronic systems installed in the vehicle. In the event of a traffic accident or traffic offence, the data may not be altered and must be made available to an authorised official for a period of 30 seconds before and 30 seconds after the accident or traffic offence.

Requirements on data recording:  For a period of 30 seconds before the traffic accident or traffic offence and 30 seconds after it.

Requirements on disclosing data during/after tests: Requirements not specified.

Data exchange mechanism specified: Not specified.

Test vehicle needs to be connected and / or cooperative during test: Not mandatory.


Testing facilities on public roads: Non-existent

Testing facilities on private areas: Non-existent

Cross-border CCAM Testing

There is not cross border acceptance of permissions.

There are aspirations for doing agreements for mutual recognition between countries regarding the tests neither cross-border ones, more specifically, the trilateral agreement between Austria-Hungary-Slovenia. Apart from that, the Ministry of infrastructure has established a working group that is working on a “smart infrastructure” strategy and Action Plan, which involves also CCAM activities. Cross-border cooperation is being prepared within the group.

Currently there is no project involving cross border CCAM tests.

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