Want China Times
Taiwan and Puerto Rico on Monday signed a reciprocal agreement that allows citizens of
each side to obtain a driver’s license in the other state by showing a non-commercial driver’s license and without having to take written or road tests, according to a statement by the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) in Miami.
The agreement was signed by Philip TY Wang, director general of the TECO in Miami, and Miguel Torres-Diaz, secretary of the Department of Transportation and Public Works of Puerto Rico, on behalf of their respective states, TECO said.
Deputy Secretary of State of Puerto Rico Javier Gonzalez witnessed the signing ceremony, which was held at the Puerto Rican State Department, TECO said. [FULL STORY]