If You Have Questions About International Driver’s Licenses–
We’ll Walk You Through It
An International Driver’s License (Known Internationally as an International Driving Permit) is a Booklet that Translates Your Domestic Driver’s License into Many Languages So That You Can Rent Vehicles & Drive Legally Around the World.
An International Driver’s License is a Booklet with Translations– NOT AN ID CARD.
Many companies claim to provide an ID Card. This is not an acceptable document and will not be accepted by local authorities or rental agencies in a foreign country.
Authorities will be looking for your Motorbike and Auto Endorsement Stamps next to your name and photo on the back page of your International Driver’s License Booklet. (Refer to Booklet Image)
Our International Driver’s License Comes in 12 Languages including English, Spanish, French, German, Vietnamese, and Thai.
What Are Authorities & Rental Agencies Looking For?
We understand that the concept of an International Driver’s License can be very confusing and it’s hard to know exactly what Rental Agencies and Local Authorities are looking for.
The most important page of the booklet is the Back Photo Page. This is the page that has your Personal Information and Driving Endorsements that correspond with the language translations on the other pages of the booklet.
1. Personal Information
- Last Name
- First Name
- Place of Birth
- Date of Birth
- Driver’s License Country of Issue
2. Stamp Endorsements
C. Commercial Truck
E. Van/ Trailer
Each Endorsement Stamp has a letter which corresponds to the letter on each translation page. This ensures that your vehicle endorsements can be understood by local authorities all around the world.
Finally, Check Out What Your
International Driver’s License Will Look Like
The ITA International Driver’s License is translated into 12 languages.
Each IDL has a unique ID No. and the validity date of your choosing for account lookup and verification.
Apply Now and Get The Documents You Need to Drive The World Today
* To apply, all you need is your Domestic Driver’s License and Headshot. If you don’t have a photo, don’t worry! You can take one with the camera on your phone or computer.