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bg1: what age do you have to be to drive in...

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USA/Canada if you hold a valid UK license i heard it was over 24 or something, just looking to clarify.
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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
USA/Canada if you hold a valid UK license


i heard it was over 24 or something, just looking to clarify.
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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
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#1
i would assume that one would have to be over the age limit for the particular state you are in, but you need to be 21 to rent a car i think
#2
You need to be another 10 years older I think.
1 Like #3
you have to be more grown-up than someone who feels the need to prefix his posts with his superstar tag. cos' that rocks, really.
#4
aircanman
You need to be another 10 years older I think.

lol X)
#5
couldnt just do a quick google? :D
#6
Surely you have a driver?
#7
bump for anyone giving actual advice :)
#8
A tricky one. How to find out....I'm out of ideas. Not really :D

I think it's 21 to hire a car in the USA (despite them being able to drive from 16 or whatever). I seem to recall that it's more to do with the insurance than any legal thing.

Edited By: chesso on Feb 22, 2011 23:29
1 Like #9
I drove in America at 23.
#11
You're churning out these epic threads one after the other just lately.
#12
angelfairee
I drove in America at 23.


Driving people mad doesn't count.
#13
as ever in the us i think its dependent on which state.

i also think you require an IDP

USA

The U.S. State Department says it has authorized two organizations to issue IDPs - the American Automobile Association (enter your location carefully), and the American Automobile Touring Alliance, which offers IDPs through the National Automobile Club .

These are the ONLY two authorized places for U.S. residents to get an IDP: all other locations and sources on the Internet are not authorized, and some are scams that promise a lot, and charge even more, for a document that may not be accepted where you are traveling. The department warns tourists intending to drive overseas to first check with the embassy or consulate of the countries they plan to visit to learn about the requirements for driver's license, road permits, and auto insurance.





Edited By: casparwhite on Feb 22, 2011 23:39
#14
thesaint
angelfairee
I drove in America at 23.


Driving people mad doesn't count.


Do I need a licence for that?
#15
angelfairee


Do I need a licence for that?


If only
#16
angelfairee
I drove in America at 23.


http://images2.travbuddy.com/1455713_12184769235157.jpg
#17
so one can drive in the US with a UK license if they are over the age required for that state?
#18
black gerbil1
so one can drive in the US with a UK license if they are over the age required for that state?


Well of course. Are you going to take the BM?
#19
I drove in Florida when I was 18 but not sure if it was entirely legal now
#20
As long as you are prepared to sit in the back seat 'cough , coiugh, ' you should be ok !! X)

nah i know for deffo you havr to be 21

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