Who and what is covered by a licence?

In this section you can read who is covered by your licence – and whose licence you may be covered by. You can also read what is covered by your licence.

How many are covered by one licence?

One licence covers one household. This means the licence holder and this persons’ cohabiting

  • spouse

  • partner

  • children.

Members of a household must be registered with the National Register at the same address.

When you are not covered

You are not covered by:

  • roommates

  • siblings

  • grandparents

  • landlords.

This is the case even if you share an address. Please be advised that you cannot pay your licence through your rent.

What does the licence cover?

A licence covers all appliances in a household. A household means the licence holder and this persons’ cohabiting spouse or partner and children living at home.

The licence also covers appliances in:

  • vacation homes

  • cars

  • boats

  • caravans.

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