IDPs are essentially a translation document. It is not a government-issued document and/or an official driver’s license. It only serves as a complementary document that translates your original license, thus allowing you to drive overseas.

Our IDP is in the 1949 Geneva Convention on Road Traffic Standard format. You can use it along with your original driver’s license in countries that recognize the 1949 IDP format. You can visit this link for a quick guide:

No. Not all countries accept Digital IDP. It is best to ask your destination country’s traffic authorities and personnel if they accept Digital IDP copies.

Our IDP is not valid in countries that do not recognize the 1949 IDP format. It is also not valid to use in Mainland China, North Korea, and South Korea.

You can verify your IDP’s validity by clicking this link: Please take note that only successful orders with submitted valid driver’s license are considered as valid IDP holders.

Our IDP is accepted in Japan but under several conditions.

Our IDP is not available for US Citizens with valid US Driver’s Licenses. Only American Automobile Association (AAA) and American Automobile Touring Alliance (AATA) are authorized by US State Department to issue IDP to US driver’s license holders.

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No. There are countries that strictly allow 1-year IDP validity only. It is best to ask your destination country’s traffic authorities and personnel for this.

Yes, our IDP is accepted by major car rental agencies. You need to show your original driver’s license along with your IDP. In some cases, you might need additional documentation and insurance.