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      Quote Originally Posted by Dream Runner View Post
      What about Indian License?
      An Indian license would be classed as 'Non-recognised' so you'd have to pass the Australian road rules theory test. You'd then be issued a temporary driving permit, which is valid for one month, during which time you'd be required to pass the practical driving test.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Cerberus1 View Post
      Driving licenses from the following countries are 'recognised' so if someone has held a full license from any of these countries in the last 5 years, they don't have to undertake driving tests in SA

      Austria Belgium Canada
      Croatia Denmark Finland
      France Germany Greece
      Guernsey Ireland Isle of Man
      Italy Japan Jersey
      Luxembourg Malta Netherlands
      New Zealand Norway Portugal
      Singapore Spain Sweden
      Switzerland United Kingdom United States


      and from the following countries if you're aged over 25.

      Czech Republic Hong Kong Republic of Korea Taiwan Estonia
      Thank you Cerberus 1. Looks like I will have to take the driving test after all.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Cerberus1 View Post
      An Indian license would be classed as 'Non-recognised'
      Is that the same licence for driving a Taxi?

      Sorry could not resist its Friday...

      Rob and Mel

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      I did my licence about 6 weeks ago now, and I only paid for 1 year, which was about $40.
      It works out cheaper if you pay for more years (maximum of 10years). If I remember rightly it was around $300 for 10 years.

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      Thanks all....I have Indian License for 2 wheelar and 4 wheelar combined.....thanks for the update...

     

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