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Not 100% sure, but since Road Traffic Authority website saysSorry, Korean... Amber light on (NB: Not blinking): Signal changing, stop before the intersection. (Cars) Permitted to turn right, provided you do not hinder pedestrians. If your signal had 3 lights (Red - Amber - Green), I am assuming it is case for the second bullet point.


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I did it with a couple of friends last year (in a Camry 2010). Oh my! That was fantastic! The road from Hyder is definitely washboardy and there's a bunch of cracks and potholes you have to dodge... If you don't rush it, that should be ok! Anyway, you're going to have an amazing time, enjoy :)


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This California government page discusses border inspections. The page says: WHAT ARE YOUR INSPECTORS LOOKING FOR? Our inspectors check vehicles and commodities for compliance with California and federal plant quarantine regulations. They also check commodities to make sure they are free from exotic invasive species that may be hitchhiking with them. ...


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Car rental agencies ask for the International Drivers Licence and so for practical purposes, you need one. They were quite strict about it and so I had one made just for the trip to Taiwan as most countries that officially ask for it, don't, at least in my experience. The easiest way for you to be sure is to read the agreement which you are required to ...


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Usually the requirement for an international license is there to make sure that the countries traffic police officers can look at your license if needed and decide that it is a valid license. Taiwan strongly encourages its students to learn English for various reasons, so it could be that US (or UK, Australian and other English language licenses) are allowed....


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