Roussa wrote:The new EU driving licences , issued in any EU country after 2013, should be accepted due to some new EU law but even with those the Greek state tells you to change them.
Kilkis wrote:...As far as I can see anybody who continues to drive in Greece on a valid UK licence for an extended period, even if they are permanently resident are not breaking any law...
bobscott wrote:Roussa wrote:The new EU driving licences , issued in any EU country after 2013, should be accepted due to some new EU law but even with those the Greek state tells you to change them.
Eh? Does that mean that my Greek licence which was renewed last in 2016 has to be renewed again before the due date in 2019?
How did Mr policeman know he had been here over 6 months? Great this technology stuff.nigeljackson5 wrote:I am looking for advice from the "Experts" on this Forum
A friend of mine, who has lived in Crete for over 10 years, was stopped by police last week
Upon inspecting his licence, he was told that after living over here for over 6 months & 1 day, he should have exchanged it for a Greek one
He was issued a fine notice for 10 Euros, and told to produce his documents at the Police Station. The fine should have been, according to the policeman, 100 Euros, but as my friend was unaware, he had "taken pity" on him.
Is this correct, as no one I have spoken to, knows anything about this ?
bobscott wrote:...Discovered to my chagrin this morning that only applies up to the age of 70! After that, driving a car not owned by you is illegal unless you are specifically covered by the insurance for that vehicle...
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