Thanks to Backup Drive, your journeys to and from work are insured in the event of a withdrawal of your licence.

Because it doesn't just happen to others.

How does it work?

Become a Backup-Drive member by selecting the solution that suits you.

19 CHF

per month

* Monthly payment.
Minimum commitment of one year.

149 CHF

per year

* One-off payment.
Coverage for one year.

This means a saving of

79 CHF

399 CHF

for 3 years

* Single payment.
Coverage for three
years.

This means a saving of

258 CHF

19 CHF

per month

* Monthly payment.
Minimum commitment of one year.

149 CHF

per year

* One-off payment.
Coverage for one year.

This means a saving of

79 CHF

399 CHF

for 3 years

* Single payment.
Coverage for three
years.

This means a saving of

258 CHF

BUD is there for you.

If your licence is withdrawn, contact us and we will explain the procedure to you.

Option 1

If you have a relative who can drive you during this withdrawal, we propose to pay him/her 700.00/month.

 

Option 2

Backup-Drive will assign you the ideal professional driver, according to your schedule and location. You will then agree on the details directly with him.

 

Option 1

If you have a relative who can drive you during this withdrawal, we propose to pay him/her 700.00/month.

Option 2

Backup-Drive will assign you the ideal professional driver, according to your schedule and location. You will then agree on the details directly with him.

Whichever option you choose, Bud will be with you for the duration of your licence withdrawal from 1 to 3 months, guaranteeing you punctuality and safety.

Warning, it is important to note that the subscription to the Bud service must be made before the offence that led to the withdrawal of the licence.

 

Warning, it is important to note that the subscription to the Bud service must be made before the offence that led to the withdrawal of the licence.

My BUD benefits

1

A more economical method than taxi, VTC, drivers...

2

Driving with peace of mind and confidence.

3

Easy access to underserved areas.

4

A secure, punctual and discreet service.

Did you know?

The main cause of licence withdrawals

Speeding remains the main reason for licence withdrawals (27,407 cases out of 79,900 licence withdrawals), ahead of drink-driving. Source: FEDRO - figures for 2019.

The 3rd most surprising cause of licence withdrawal.

Distraction. In 2019, 7886 licence withdrawals were issued for reckless endangerment, an increase of +1.6% on the previous year. Source: FEDRO - 2019 figures.

How do the youngest behave?

The number of probationary licences fell by 6.7% (1217 cancellations) but student driver licence withdrawals rose by 5.3% (3516) compared to 2018. Source: FEDRO - 2019 figures.

A more difficult test to obtain

Among the reasons for refusing or withdrawing learner's permits, failing the test jumped by almost 40% last year, from 205 in 2018 to 286 in 2019. Source: FEDRO - 2019 figures.

How many drivers in Switzerland?

At the end of 2019, almost 6 million people in Switzerland held a driving licence for passenger cars. This figure is stable compared to 2018 (+1%). Source: FEDRO - 2019 figures.

How old are the drivers who have their licences withdrawn?

In 2019, the 30-39 age group is the most represented age group (24%) in the number of licence withdrawals, exceeding the 20-29 age group (23%) for the first time since 2002. Source: FEDRO - 2019 figures.

The main cause of licence withdrawals

Speeding remains the main reason for licence withdrawals (27,407 cases out of 79,900 licence withdrawals), ahead of drink-driving. Source: FEDRO - figures for 2019.

The 3rd most surprising cause of licence withdrawal

Distraction. In 2019, 7886 licence withdrawals were issued for reckless endangerment, an increase of +1.6% on the previous year. Source: FEDRO - 2019 figures.

How do the youngest behave?

The number of probationary licences fell by 6.7% (1217 cancellations) but student driver licence withdrawals rose by 5.3% (3516) compared to 2018. Source: FEDRO - 2019 figures.

A more difficult test to obtain

Among the reasons for refusing or withdrawing learner's permits, failing the test jumped by almost 40% last year, from 205 in 2018 to 286 in 2019. Source: FEDRO - 2019 figures.

How many drivers in Switzerland?

At the end of 2019, almost 6 million people in Switzerland held a driving licence for passenger cars. This figure is stable compared to 2018 (+1%). Source: FEDRO - 2019 figures.

How old are the drivers who have their licences withdrawn?

In 2019, the 30-39 age group is the most represented age group (24%) in the number of licence withdrawals, exceeding the 20-29 age group (23%) for the first time since 2002. Source: FEDRO - 2019 figures.

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