It is obviously illegal if you are on the wheel of the car without having valid driving licence. Your dad having the valid driving licence, will not prove your point in the eyes of the law.
A Bulgarian Driving Licence, like all driving licences issued by EU members, is valid throughout the EU.
In the UK there is no such thing as an International Driving Licence - your UK licence is valid throughout Europe
Most insurance companies will specify that the driver must be 'road legal'. That means a valid driving licence for the vehicle must be held, an expired licence is not a 'valid' licence.
A provisional driving licence is required to be able to drive on public roads in the UK. Once one has obtained a provisional driving licence, it is valid until the theory and practical tests have been passed.
A valid Irish Driving Licence is acceptable in the UK, you are not required to change it.
No you can not get a marriage licence this way.
The U.K driving licence will be valid in the U.K only , you will have to pass the driving test in the U.S.A. To drive on the roads.
Yes, so long as it is a valid licence for the car or motorbike you will be driving in the US.
EU driving licences are now valid in the UK, with no need to apply for a UK licence.
Yes, you can use an American driving licence for the first 12 months that you are in the UK (provided the licence remains valid for that time).
As long as you have a valid driver's licence.
Yes, it is valid in India. I have bought a car in India using my Nepalese driving licence and also the cops have agreed to it .
If you have no license, you will be charged and prosecuted for that, i.e. "driving without a valid license or permit to drive". If another person is also in the vehicle, you will be charged with "carrying passengers without a valid license" (or the equivalent in your area). If you do not have a license, you are not allowed to drive. There is very little excuse for doing otherwise.
yes all gcc countries
In the UK, no, so long as you still have a valid driver's licence.
If you are a UK citizen you must be aged 17 and over and be in possession of a valid full UK driving licence. If you are a EU citizen then a full licence issued in you own country will be valid. If your licence was issues in any other country then you can drive any small vehicle eg cars and or motorcycles, shown on your driving licence, for a period of 12 months from the date that you last entered the country, as long as it remains full and valid
Any EU or EEA issued driving licence can be used in the UK. There used to be a time limit on how long an EU licence could be used, but that law has been repealed.
It can be a pain in the Butt but yes you can purchase and Insure a car without a Drivers Licence. For the insurance you will have to have a person or persons to drive it.
If you have an EU driving licence, you may use the licence for as long as it is valid. If you have a licence from outside the EU, you may only use it for the first 12 months that you are in the UK. After this time you must obtain a UK licence.
Not if there are no more pending chargers. they will be dropped off your record
Yes. A valid photo license is an acceptable form of id.
At 15 you can get a permit, 16 you officially have a license to drive. In the UK you must be 16 to obtain a provisional driving licence which allows you to drive only with someone else supervising who holds a full valid driving licence and has held that licence for a minimum of two years.