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Tiger
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15th Mar 18 at 12:38   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Seems like the uk driving license wont be valid in Europe after Brexit.

https://www.petrolprices.com/news/uk-licences-not-accepted-brexit/

Well be having to apply for International Driving Licences.

Ian
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15th Mar 18 at 16:28   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Lets wait until it happens to worry, lots of shit being spoken about what may or may not happen.


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Tiger
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I hope we stop all the foreigners driving over here in shoddy cars and dodgy trucks as knock for knock.
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Doubt it, non-EU drivers can drive on their 'home' license for upto 12 months of being in the UK, which I would imagine fits in with EU law, so unless the EU are going to specifically ban UK licenses then, at worst, it'll just be another 'non-EU' license and will fall under the same legislation. If you're living in the EU for more than 12 months you'll possibly need an EU license but if you've gone through the hassle of a move to another country then passing another driving test shouldn't be much of a drama.
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Particularly as your MOT will have expired by then so you'll need to come home anyway. I know also in Spain you can't spend too long on your domestic registration, they want it re-registering as a Spanish car after 6 months I think. Licence will be the least of your worries if you're planning to spend that length of time abroad.


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TTT
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28th Mar 18 at 16:45   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

quote:
Originally posted by Ian
Lets wait until it happens to worry, lots of shit being spoken about what may or may not happen.


meanwhile, in Russia
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I have an idea that we make steering wheels from pork and bacon to stop these terrorists using vehicles to run people over

 
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