By: Wang Shu-fen and Romulo Huang
Taipei, Oct. 12 (CNA) Taiwan and the U.S. state of Wyoming have signed a reciprocal
agreement that allows their licensed drivers to obtain a driver’s license in each other’s territory without having to take written and road tests, according to a press release issued on Thursday by the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC).
The agreement, which took effect immediately, was signed by Chen Wen-ruey (陳文瑞), director general of the MOTC’s Department of Railways and Highways, and William T. Panos, director of the Wyoming Department of Transportation, at a ceremony held in Taipei Wednesday.
Wyoming Governor Matt Mead, who arrived in Taiwan Oct. 9 for a 7-day visit, and MOTC Deputy Minister Chi Wen-jong (祁文中) were also present at the ceremony to witness the signing of the agreement. [FULL STORY]