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You have alternatives in most countries. In Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam, I've found it useful to rent mopeds with <100cc engines. While they are regulated, and while I have a license, very often, I don't get asked for it. Three big advantages over motorbikes: a. you're most comfortable driving them at 20-30 km/h (most of them max out at about 50) - ...


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In the UK, vehicles of this type are known as minibuses; passenger vans or small buses which seat up to 16 people. Generally you are allowed to drive a minibus in the UK on a regular driving licence as long as you are not paid for driving it, nor are your passengers charged, and it is "used for social purposes by a non-commercial body". There are some other ...


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If I understand the question correctly, you are asking about the possibility of obtaining a D driving licence for buses with more than 8 passenger seats in the UK as a US citizen. Setting aside the fact that D and C licences are arguably the most difficult permits to obtain in terms of practical tests and training time required, it would seem that you won't ...


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There are a few issues here: New Zealand also uses a demerit point system for driving offences, though the scale is different than in the UK. If you receive 100 points in a two year period, your license will be suspended (disqualified) for three months. This only applies in New Zealand, though; notice of your fine and points won't be sent to the UK. The ...



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