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Article: A Few Tips For Expats Driving In Brazil
Brazil is a geographically vast and varied country and driving here can be an intimidating experience for newcomers. But more than the sheer size and wavering landscape of the region, it is the roads and the driving style of Brazilian drivers that pose a greater challenge.
Foreigners may have to get used to a lot of impulsive and unpredictable driving on the streets of Brazil. For expats ready to hit the streets in Brazil, here are some helpful driving tips.
Before you start driving, there are some traffic rules and regulations with which you should be familiar.
• Foreigners are permitted to drive in the country for up to 180 days using their home country’s driving license, as long as it is still valid. Following this, you need to submit an application to obtain a new license...
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