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Driving permits in Poland


azael 1 | 3
3 Jul 2010 #1
I will be starting a design project in Poland soon, which will require frequent trips back and forth between Szczecin and the U.S. with stays about a month or two each time. so we are thinking of buying a car for office use.

So, the question is; will we need to get polish driving permits, or will our U.S. ones suffice?

(when I lived in Italy, the Auto Club issued temporary permits that were valid for the length of our Visa)
enkidu 7 | 623
3 Jul 2010 #2
Nah. It's pointless. There is the Atlantic Ocean between. You can't use a car that way.
OP azael 1 | 3
3 Jul 2010 #3
:)

ok, an amphibious car then? crap! that'll mean i'll need to get a Captain's license...
delphiandomine 85 | 18,254
3 Jul 2010 #5
So, the question is; will we need to get polish driving permits, or will our U.S. ones suffice?

You will need an international driving licence - which is essentially a translation of your US driving licence. Apart from that, you're good to go as you won't be resident here for more than 185 days a year.
OP azael 1 | 3
3 Jul 2010 #6
great! thanks!


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