Florida Highway Patrol won’t enforce international driver’s permit rule

Feb 15, 2013
Categories: Driving
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International Driver’s licence rule on hold

For now, Florida will not be enforcing the new law requiring drivers to carry an International Driver’s Permit.  If you are planning a trip to Florida and renting a vehicle, we highly suggest contacting your rental car company to confirm their licence requirements.

For more in this story check out this link.

http://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2013/02/14/floridas_international_drivers_licence_rule_leaves_canadians_fuming.html

 

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