The International Driver’s License of IDL Services Inc. International drivers license
International drivers license. Since 2003, IDL Services Inc. is the #1 Company in Popularity and Customer Satisfaction for the International Driver’s License,
helping more than 350,000 customers in the United States and around the world to overcome language differences when traveling and getting a second form of identification.
Based on the United Nations Agreements on Road Traffic – International drivers license
Our International Driver’s Document is fully compliant with all Regulations and Standards of the Vienna Agreement of Road Traffic of November 8th, 1968,
including the maximum validity of 3 years. International Driving Permits, which are booklets issued by governmental agencies or private organizations designated by a country’s government,
are the only official translation of a person’s Driver’s License. Our translation has no official status and does not confer any legal privileges or rights on consumers.
Our International Driving Permit is useful for Car Insurance and it’s accepted by all major Car Rentals companies in the world.
While carrying a valid domestic driving permit, our translation document can be useful for vehicle insurances and rentals in many countries around the globe.
Why carry an IDP while driving abroad?
Your IDP is a valid form of identification in more than 150 countries worldwide and contains your name,
photo and driver information in the 12 most widely spoken languages in the world –
it is understandable to most of the local officials and authorities of the countries you visit.
What is an international driving permit?
First things first, it’s not technically a driver’s license—you’ll already need one of those from your country or state of origin to accompany your international driving permit. The permit,
a small, passport-like booklet issued by the American Automobile Association (AAA) and the American Automobile Touring Alliance, gives visitors the right to drive a car in any of the countries that accept it. The permit translates your American driver’s license into ten languages, including Arabic and Portuguese. That means a lot less back-and-forth on the back roads of Morocco when the officer has never seen a Nevada driver’s license before.
Check the State Department’s site for specific license requirements for the country you’re visiting. The most important thing is to check the requirements long before you leave, so as not to be stranded when you learn that you need a document that you don’t have. These can’t be issued on the spot outside of the U.S.