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A driving license has an absolutely different design and form depending on the country, its national language, and the region or state where it was issued. When travelling abroad you may find out that your domestic driving license fails to meet standards and is considered invalid. This would be an unpleasant surprise for you but you can avoid it by using to our services.

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American Samoa
Antigua and Barbuda
British Virgin Islands
Caribbean Netherlands
Cayman Islands
Cook Islands
Falkland Islands
Hong Kong
Marshall Islands
New Zealand
Northern Mariana Islands
Palestine Autonomous
Papua New Guinea
Puerto Rico
Sierra Leone
Sint Maarten
Solomon Islands
South Africa
South Sudan
St. Kitts and Nevis
St. Lucia
St. Vincent
Tokelau Islands
Trinidad and Tobago
Turks and Caicos Islands
U.S. Virgin Islands
United Kingdom
United States of America
Ukrainian-speaking countries
Czech Republic

  • International Driving License has no legal status.
Driving tips for the DPR:
  • The DPR drives on the right side of the road.
  • In places where traffic is regulated, pedestrians must be guided by the crossing guard or traffic light. In such places, pedestrians who didn’t get to cross the roadway of one direction must stay on a safety island or on a line separating opposite traffic flows, and шт case of their absence - in the middle of the roadway. They can continue crossing the road only when it’s allowed by corresponding signal of the traffic light or the traffic controller, and they make sure further actions are safe.
  • It’s allowed to ride a bicycle on the roadway to a person who has reached the age of 14. Cyclists between the ages of 7 and 14 can drive only on sidewalks, pedestrian, bike and shared paths, as well as within pedestrian and residential areas.
  • Cyclists under 7 years of age should only move along sidewalks, pedestrian and bike paths (on the pedestrian side), and also within pedestrian and residential areas under adult supervision.
  • The cyclist should ride a bicycle, which is equipped with a sound device and reflectors: white in the front, orange on the sides, red in the back. For cycling in the dark and in poor visibility, a headlamp must be installed on a bicycle and switched on.
  • It is prohibited to give sound signals in built-up areas, unless it’s impossible to prevent an accident without it.
  • It is forbidden to use high beam headlights as a warning signal in conditions where it may lead to blinding of other drivers, in particular through the rear-view mirror.
  • In built-up areas, the maximum permitted speed is 60 km/h. In residential and pedestrian areas, the speed shouldn’t exceed 20 km/h.
  • Vehicles towing motor vehicles are allowed to drive at a speed not exceeding 50 km/h.
  • The driver who is overtaking may stay within oncoming lane if, after returning to the previously occupied lane, he has to start overtaking again, provided that he doesn’t endanger oncoming vehicles and also doesn’t obstruct vehicles moving with higher speed.
  • The minimum age for obtaining a driving license in the DPR is 18.
  • If the traffic rules are violated, the driver is deprived of the license. In return, he gets a temporary permit for a period of 3 months, which gives the right to drive a car if there is a document confirming his identity. To return the license, you need to contact the city traffic police department and produce a receipt for payment of the fine and temporary permission.

  • International Driving License has no legal status.
Driving tips for the Lugansk People's Republic:
  • The LPR drives on the right side of the road.
  • Pedestrians may step outside to traffic area after they estimate the distance to the approaching vehicles, their speed and make sure that it is absolutely safe for them to cross the road.
  • Keep in mind that the police may stop the vehicles not only with an arm or wand but also with a loudspeaker.
  • In the LPR, it is not allowed to make a U-turn or reverse where public transport stops.
  • Vehicles are not allowed to stop at a distance of less than 5 m of pedestrian crossings and intersections.
  • In the daytime, outside residential areas remember to turn on dipped headlights or daytime running lights.
  • The minimum driving age for motorcyclists is 16 years.
  • The minimum driving age is 18.
  • The maximum allowed drink drive limit is 0.2 ppm.
  • "Reckless driving" term has been introduced to the Traffic Rules and Regulations of the LPR.

  • Not party to 1949 convention; International Driving License is honored.
Driving tips for Moldova:
  • In Moldova, they drive on the right side of the road.
  • Seat belt is a must.
  • The maximum allowed alcohol limit in Moldova is 30 mg per 100 ml of blood.
  • The maximum permitted speed limit is 50 km/h on urban roads, 80 km/h on rural roads and 110 km/h on highways.
  • The minimum driving age is 18. The minimum rental age is 23.
  • Children under 12 are prohibited to seat in the front seats. For children under 7, use an appropriate restraint system.
  • Make sure you have a fire extinguisher, a first-aid kit, a reflective vest.
  • You are obliged to use dipped headlights from the 1st of November to the 31st of March.
  • You are obliged to use winter tyres from the 1st of December to the 1st of March.
  • Drive with dipped headlights on all day long.
  • There are no toll roads in Moldova.
  • Hands-free is a must.
Russian Federation
Slovak Republic

  • International Driving License is recognized.
Driving tips for Slovakia:
  • In Slovakia, they drive on the right side of the road.
  • The minimum age to drive is 18.
  • Always drive with your headlights on.
  • Seat belt is a must.
  • The maximum allowed drink drive limit is 0 mg per 100 ml of blood.
  • Hands-free is a must.
  • You are prohibited to eat, smoke or do anything that distracts you from driving.
  • Children who are under twelve must not sit in the front seat.
  • The maximum permitted speed limit is 50 km/h in cities, 90 km/h on small roads and 130 km/h on highways.
  • You are not allowed to use any safety camera warning devices.
  • You must have a first-aid kit as well as a reflective vest in your car.
  • Do not turn to the right on red traffic light.
  • Use winter tyres when required.
  • Give way to the traffic from the right.

  • International Driving License has no legal status.
Driving tips for Transnistria:
  • Driving in Transnistria is on the right side of the road.
  • As of June 7, 2017, you are obliged to show your driver’s licence to traffic enforcers immediately upon request.
  • You are allowed to give way to other vehicles at the intersection marked with the “Green Arrow” sign if they are not going to turn.
  • The “Stopping banned” sign is for the drivers who work on commercial vehicles. It allows drivers to load/unload goods only if they get permission from the Ministry of the Interior of Transnistria.
  • You are not allowed to stop at zebra crossings and at a distance of 10 metres before and after them (except for the cases when you give right of the way).
  • You are prohibited to overtake other vehicles in built-up areas at a distance closer than 50 m to the zebra crossing.
  • At night and in conditions of poor visibility pedestrians are obliged to wear reflective elements to be seen in the dark.
  • Drive with dipped headlights on during the day.
  • You must use winter tyres from the 15th of November to the 15th of March.
  • You are not allowed to drink and drive in Transnistria.
  • The maximum allowed speed limit is 50 km/h in urban areas, 20 km/h in residential areas and 110 km/h on highways.
  • Children under 12 can be transported in the front seat only if you have an appropriate child restraint system.

  • Not party to 1949 convention; International Driving License is honored.
  • International Driving License is required.
Driving tips for Ukraine:
  • To drive a car in Ukraine, you must be at least 18 years. To rent a car, you must be at least 25.
  • The third-party insurance is mandatory.
  • You must carry a warning road triangle, a fire extinguisher, a first-aid kit in your car.
  • Driving in Ukraine is on the right side of the road.
  • The maximum allowed drink drive limit is 0 mg per 100 ml of blood.
  • You are not allowed to drive without a valid driving licence and a third-party insurance.
  • Seat belt is a must.
  • Children who are under 2 years of age must not sit in the front seats.
  • Talking and texting is forbidden.
  • The maximum permitted speed limit is 60 km/h in cities and the countryside, 130 km/h on highways.
  • Avoid exceeding the speed limits. Traffic police enforcers often watch the violators. There are also many surveillance cameras.
  • You are not allowed to turn to the right on the red light of the traffic.
  • Drivers in Ukraine usually flash their lights to warn others that there is a checkpoint ahead.
  • In winter, we recommend you to use studded tyres or snow chains.
  • Keep in mind that in Ukraine traffic enforcers speak Ukrainian and Russian.
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