headhonchoII wrote:Correct, it's needs to be notarized and verified by TECO. I think there is an error in the statement above somewhere, perhaps your state is not recognised or you have not notarized it first.
headhonchoII wrote:Recently I found out that the reciprocal license can be applied for you through your local vehicle license office , they will get it checked through the MOFA also, go there and talk to them directly.
Taigottawanna wrote:This is great and all, but reciprocity, by definition, works both ways...the thought of a Taiwanese driver being able to get a driver's license so easily a really troubling. I suppose I can take comfort in the fact that traffic cops are more willing to stop bad drivers and perhaps the average person who would go abroad and drive is more aware of international driving standards.
Forumosans browsing this forum: No Forumosans and 1 visitor