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    I think it depends on which state you are talking about but RAC* advise that you should get an IDP anyway.

    International Licenses are just translation documents. In Tasmania they only cost $AU30 or so. All they do is allow a police officer to identify that it is a valid drivers license on the spot instead of checking with some authority over the phone or back at the police station.
    Like I said.. pay the 30 bucks and you reduce your potential stress a lot.

    http://www.racv.com.au/wps/wcm/connect/Internet/Primary/travel/driving+overseas/driving+in+the+united+states over 6 years ago

    Answered by Nicholas Roberts via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    Foriegn licenses are good for 3 months in CA then a Californian license is required. NB: authorities are far more diligent on checking you are insured to drive rather than licensed to drive! over 6 years ago

    Answered by Viki Forrest via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    In June/July/August last year I hired a car from Thrifty in New York. I did not require an 'Inetrnational License' to hire or drive the car. I drove from New York to Michigan, the nacross to Kansas,thenbackdown to Florida and up the coast to New York.

    Twice I got pulled over by State Troopers for driving a 'little' over the speed limit (you know, its confusing somethimes between kms and miles/ hour) and was never questioned about needing an 'Internastional License' - though they did laugh a little at my strange accent, the fact i was an Aussie in the middle of "nowhere USA" and that my NSW Drivers License looked like it came from a cereal box :) over 6 years ago

    Answered by PlaneTraveler via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    i have p austerian driving licence so can i drive car at us with this license or not? over 5 years ago

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