We’re rewarding the question askers & reputations are being recalculated! Read more.

New answers tagged

0

Drivers Licences regulations are mostly based on place of residence. So since you are no longer a UK resident, your UK licence may no longer be considered valid. So the issued International Driving Permit (IDP), togeather with the Drivers License it was issued against, is what you must use. Depending on who issued your present Drivers Licence, an IDP may ...


0

It takes at least 10 weeks at the moment. I described my own experience here. You can see the current processing times here.


1

Having gone through the procedure myself, I can say that the official page linked by Gala is not very accurate. I wrote a detailed post about what the procedure really is. You must know if your country has an agreement with Germany. In some cases you just need an eye test. In some cases you just need to take the theory exam. In some cases you must take the ...


1

I don't think it makes sense to "exchange" to get a provisional licence. There are no qualifications required to get a UK provisional licence (other than self-certification that your corrected vision is good enough). I understand that in NZ, you need to pass a test to get a learner licence, but this isn't the case in the UK. So you can just apply for a ...


Top 50 recent answers are included