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Driving in USA, Las Vegas.


Tomek 31
28 Jun 2013 #1
Hi there, I'm a Polish citizen and I'm in USA, Las Vegas on my holidays. I do have a valid polish driving license and I'm not sure if I can drive a car.

Please help, thanks:-)
jkb - | 198
28 Jun 2013 #2
You can. Make sure you have your polish driver's license, valid passport and unexpired I-94 on you while driving. It would be nice if you had the official translation of your driver's license, but it's not that neccessary.
TheOther 6 | 3,692
28 Jun 2013 #3
I do have a valid polish driving license and I'm not sure if I can drive a car.

How old are you? There are age restrictions for rental cars (usually 25), and insurance premiums can be prohibitive.

traveltips.usatoday.com/age-requirement-rent-car-62294.html
newpip - | 140
28 Jun 2013 #4
Why do you need to rent a car? I have been there and there are loads of taxi's and limo's ready to take you where you need to go.
TheOther 6 | 3,692
28 Jun 2013 #5
He might want to visit the Death Valley, the Valley of Fire or the Hoover Dam. Too far for a taxi.
johnb121 4 | 184
28 Jun 2013 #6
Have a read of this, about papers needed: news.tripwheels.com/2012/08/16/driving-licences-for-car-hire-in-the-usa/

From Vegas you can head in all directions to Death Valley, Grand Canyon, even LA or Palm Springs plus further afield - maybe his flight just goes into LV. Maybe he just wants to drive a car!
newpip - | 140
28 Jun 2013 #7
I am not criticising, just asking! I have been there I know what the scene is. I may not even leave the strip.
beckski 12 | 1,617
28 Jun 2013 #8
You'll roast to death in Las Vegas now. Temperature averages 115+ degrees. Death Valley is over 125 scorching degrees!!!
johnb121 4 | 184
28 Jun 2013 #9
I've only been to Death Valley once, and my feet burned through the soles of my trainers! My g/f refused to get out of the car LOL
TheOther 6 | 3,692
28 Jun 2013 #10
Death Valley is over 125 scorching degrees!!!

Few days ago they forecasted a new heat record for the upcoming days: 135 F! Just saw that they have lowered it to 129 F now. Refreshing... :)
beckski 12 | 1,617
29 Jun 2013 #11
There used to be a Polish restaurant in Las Vegas, named Polonez. I believe it's no longer in operation:(
TheOther 6 | 3,692
29 Jun 2013 #12
Looks like: beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/6296/?view=beerfly&ba=UncleJimbo


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