Information about Driving Licences New Zealand
Motorhome Driving Licences New Zealand
New Zealand International Driving Licences and Permits
You can legally drive in New Zealand for up to 12 months if you have either a current driver’s licence from your home country or an International Driving Permit (IDP). After 12 months you are required to convert to a New Zealand licence. This applies to each visit to New Zealand. Driving in New Zealand
In New Zealand all drivers, including visitors from other countries, must carry their licence or permit at all times when driving. You will only be able to drive the same types of vehicles you are licensed to drive in your home country. The common legal age to rent a car in New Zealand is 21 years. Some of the most basic New Zealand road rules to follow include:
– Drive on the left hand side of the road.
– All passengers and driver must wear a seat belt at all times while traveling.
– All speed limits are enforceable and are measures in kilometres/hour.
– Always give way to the right.
– While driving, you must not have a blood alchohol limit above 0.05
– Driver must not drive under the influence of drugs.
You can legally drive for up to 12 months if you have a current driver’s licence from your home country. It must be in English or you must have an International Driving Permit (IDP) to accompany it. You must carry a valid driving licence at all times when driving. Motorhome rental New Zealand
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