Date: Dec 16, 2015
By: Staff writer, with CNA
Taiwan has reached a reciprocal driver’s license agreement with the Canadian province of Ontario, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Monday.
The agreement, which takes immediate effect, allows license-holders from each side to apply for licenses, under certain conditions, without having to take local tests, the ministry said.
Under the agreement, people who have held a Taiwan-issued Category B (light vehicle), Category C (large truck), Category D (large passenger vehicle) or Category E (tractor-trailer) driver’s license for two years or longer and who have obtained a certificate of residency in Ontario can apply for a Class G driver’s license in Ontario without having to take a written or road test, the ministry said. [FULL STORY]