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If you have an International Driver's Permit, yes. Go to any Menkyo Center with your passport, current license, the usual picture and about ¥3,000. One form, 30 minutes. Ask for the "Kokusai Menkyo" counter. Note that the testing center that issued your license is not the same as a place that renews licenses. Both will have international permits, so use ...


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There are no clear restrictions but a friend of mine though of hopping over to Jordan to get another 3 months and was consequently refused re-entry into Israel. So it's wise to anticipate refusal when trying to re-enter. If you are Jewish you can expect more trouble as Israel would like you to make aliyah. When staying more than 6 months you can expect ...


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Airlines when making schedules they take into account extra time for push back, taxi out, taxiing, taxi in and parking. The block time you see at the ticket is the time of the flight plus these things, while the actual flying time which you hear during the welcome announcement in the aircraft is purely the flying time. In addition to that, airports are ...


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In Israeli customs, you would be required to pay a fine (equal to the duty) regardless of whether you take the item. If you wish to take the item, you'd have to pay the duty too (so effectively you'd be paying double duty). For example, for a 400 ILS bottle of Whiskey, you'd pay a 411 ILS fine. If you choose to take the bottle, you'd also pay a 411 ILS ...


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I don't know if you can take the test but US states only issue driving licenses to residents so you can't get the actual license without proof of residence which, as a tourist, you don't have.


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It will depend on your travel purpose and the state where you will be getting the license. The USA.gov site recommends checking the DMV site of the state you will be requesting a license from (http://www.usa.gov/Topics/Foreign-Visitors-Driving.shtml). Usually you need proof of residence and/or identity. For example, New York state requires you to prove your ...


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The German Federal Centre for Health Education offers donor cards in many languages specifically for this purpose. They do warn that the local rules apply by default (Grundsätzlich gilt immer die Regelung des jeweiligen Landes) but they claim the card would generally be honored. Beyond the implementation details (opt-in, opt-out, central register or not, ...


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The EU put out an app with a list of traffic rules in different countries and, under the “Other Specific Rules”, a list of safety equipment that might be required (including safety vests, warning triangles, fire extinguishers, and winter tires requirements). Unfortunately, it's short on the specifics, does not seem more comprehensive than other similar lists ...



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