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The United States now allows drivers with a foreign driver’s license to drive in the country for up to one year. This is great news for tourists and business travelers who want to rent a car and explore the country.
The United States Department of Transportation has announced that it will recognize foreign driver’s licenses. This is good news for tourists and immigrants who wish to drive in the United States.
The DOT says that this will make it easier for people from other countries to visit and drive in the United States.
This is a major change in policy for the United States, which has been criticized in the past for its treatment of foreign drivers. The DOT says that this change will help to improve relations with other countries and make it easier for people to travel to the United States.
The DOT has also said that this change will not affect the requirements for getting a driver’s license in the United States. People who wish to drive in the United States will still need to pass a written and driving test.
The United States has long been a leader in road safety, and now it is taking another step to ensure the safety of its citizens and visitors. As of January 1, 2020, all drivers with a valid foreign driver’s license will be able to use it to drive in the United States.
This is good news for the estimated 40 million foreign nationals who visit the United States each year. In the past, these visitors had to obtain a U.S. driver’s license, which can be a time-consuming and expensive process. Now, they can simply use their home country’s driver’s license as long as it is valid.
The new rule applies to all 50 states and Washington, D.C., and it is part of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s efforts to improve road safety and make it easier for visitors to enjoy all that the United States has to offer.
The new policy is the result of a years-long effort by the Department of Homeland Security to standardize the identification process for people coming into the country. Previously, each state had its own requirements for what types of ID they would accept from foreign visitors. This often led to confusion and delays, especially at airports.
Under the new policy, all states must accept foreign drivers licenses that are issued by a country that is part of the United Nations Convention on Road Traffic. This includes licenses from Canada, Japan, and most European countries. Drivers from other countries will still need to obtain a US license if they plan to stay in the country for an extended period of time.
So if you’re planning a trip to the United States, be sure to bring your foreign driver’s license! And enjoy the open road.