Carmen Geiss, 53, is very proud. Her eldest daughter, Davina Geiss, 15, has her driver's license and is allowed to drive on a small car on Monaco's streets.
Driving around in a car as a teenager is an absolute rarity. Already weeks ago, Carmen and Robert Geiss's daughter Davina donated a luxury car - at that time she was only 14 years old. The racer is from the brand "Ligier" and a new car - not a particularly cheap vehicle. Own a car at the age of 14? A message that caused horror among the Geiss fans. After all, in Germany you are only allowed to drive at the age of 18.
But the proud parents told their followers that Davina's chassis is a so-called moped car, a small vehicle. In Germany you can make the driving license class AM for these vehicles with 16, in some federal states even with 15 years.
In France, and thus also on the Côte d'Azur, where the Geissens live most of the year, kids aged 14 can take their driving license and drive about 45 km / h in their cars.
Meanwhile, Davina has her driver's license in her pocket and was even able to make her very first jaunt with her mom last weekend in Monaco.