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That is a German driving licence (since 1999)




  1. surname
  2. given name
  3. date of birth, place of birth
  4. a) date of issue b) date of expiry c) issuing authority
  5. licence number
  6. photograph of bearer
  7. signature of bearer
  8. Address (non included in German version)
  9. licence categories
  10. first issuing date of the category
  11. expiry date of the category
  12. restrictions (number coded)
How looks like the driving licence in other countrys?
 

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Some Philippine license. Other than the student, there are two versions, non-professional and professional.

Non-Pro


Professional
 

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Older pre-eu driver's license. This one is expired and I got holes in it so it can not be misused, but I have saved it as a souvenir.

Personally I prefer this older license, it's bigger in size, and can not be confused with other cards like credit-cards.


BTW is it hard to get a drivers license in Brazil ? I have read that a blind man in Rio got his license, after bribing the license authority.
 

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Driving licence in Moldova
was issued from 1995 till 2010



New variant available from 2008 with the older version
from 2011 we are issuing only new version



Btw, the older version of the driving license has no limit (the new one has 10 years)
I own the "old" one and i'm very happy :D
 

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Don't see why it's so important to see on a drivers license where a person is born or where he live. Swedish drivers licenses do not have that information, the police would check out the address on their onboard computer. What if the person moves to another city this info on the drivers license would be useless anyway.
 
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