Buy Fake Drivers License Slovenia
Buy fake drivers license Slovenia
As a foreign visitor or resident in Slovenia wishing to drive your own car on its roads, both an International Driving Permit (IDP) issued from your country of origin as well as your home country driver’s license are necessary to operate any motor vehicle legally on Slovenian roads. An IDP serves as a translation of your national licence and should always be carried with you when driving abroad.
Replace Your Driving Licence With a Slovenian One If your current driving licence was issued from one of the EU Member States, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, San Marino, the United Kingdom (including three British Isles islands – Man, Guernsey and Jersey), Gibraltar or Switzerland you may apply to change it into a Slovenian license once living here for six months and having undergone medical examination at a practice of occupational, traffic and sports medicine. For further details (both English and Slovenian ) visit government website of Slovenia (both websites can provide information).
Vignette and Third-Party Liability Insurance
Foreign residents in Slovenia must possess both a toll sticker (vignette) for vehicles weighing up to 3,500kg and motorcycles as well as insurance covering Slovenian road users for at least six months, which they can purchase at gas stations, post offices, automobile clubs or kiosks.
Safety rules for cars and trucks
A first aid kit, fire extinguisher and spare bulbs are mandatory components in all cars registered in Slovenia or on foreign territory. Children under 150 cm tall must use special seat belts tailored specifically to them or child restraints both frontally and at the rear of the vehicle.