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In Thailand: Driving - License Requirements article at Trip Advisor we can read: According to the UN Traffic Act of 1949 and the Thai Traffic Act of 1979, an IDP is not required if you are a tourist/visitor in Thailand as long as your license is in English, has a photo, and your country is a contracting state of the 1949 treaty, which most are. ...


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By law in Thailand you are required to have a drivers license to operate a scooter of any size and by law you are required to have an IDP if your home country license is not fully in English. It doesn't matter where you rent or drive the scooter, the laws are nationwide. If your home country license specifies certain size motorcycles that you are allowed ...


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If you take defensive driving, you can also avoid having points on your Texas license assuming the court allows it. http://www.dmv.org/tx-texas/traffic-ticket-faq.php#Can-I-take-a-driving-safety-or-defensive-driving-course-to-reduce-the-number-of-TX-drivers-license-points-on-my-driving-record


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From USCarHire.com: The new style UK driving licence consists of two parts - a photo card and a paper licence. The licence is not complete without BOTH parts. You are advised to take both parts when collecting your vehicle as you may be asked for them both. Often the rental company will only ask to see the photo part, so in most cases you ...


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No. There is no transfer to the UK (although note that some info seems to be shared with Mexico and Canada). The UK ONLY has a mutual recognition of driving points / disqualifications with Ireland. They address this with regards to the future, hopefully initially with other EU states, which they don't even have this with currently: We agree in ...


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Mine never did. Texas barely cooperates with other states, definitely not Yankee states in the North and most definitely not with the British. ps it might be worth making sure that you pay the fine. If you were visiting/work permit rather than living there permanently. Defaults on fines tend to get recorded on computers and flagged by immigration. There ...


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Yes you can. Because a Canadian license permits you to drive manual transmission cars back home, it's taken as permission to drive one abroad. Since there isn't a specific 'manual transmission' license there is no other approach that could be taken. I have rented manual cars in Britain many times on an Ontario license.


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You read correctly. A UK driving license differentiates between automatic and manual, and those with automatic licenses are not allowed to drive manuals. I'm not sure about the conditions of Canadian licenses in the UK, however if you acquire an international driving permit then this distinction doesn't apply no matter which country you are from. Also ...



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