How to get driving license in Poland?
A driving license issued in one EU country is recognized in all other EU countries. But if your driving licence is from non-EU country, the procedure is different. If you are from non-EU country, the right to drive in Poland will be granted to an international driving license issued by the country of which the given driver is a citizen or a standard driving license issued by his country. It all depends, from which country you are and whether they have a contract with Poland regarding the recognition of driving licenses.Two traffic conventions are key in this matter.The first of these was done in Geneva in 1949, and they come to agreement for the mutual recognition of international driving license parties. The second convention in Vienna was drawn up in 1968, and its agreement was the issue of mutual recognition of national driving licenses. An international driving license is issued in two types, depending on which convention on road traffic is the basis and applies in a given country. On the basis of the Geneva Convention on Road Traffic of 19 September 1949. According to art. 24 “Each Contracting State shall grant to any driver who is in its territory permission to drive on its roads, without retesting, motor vehicles for which driving after submitting proof of its qualifications – the driver has obtained a valid permit issued by the competent authorities another Contracting State. ” Similar provisions regarding international driving licenses are contained in the provisions of the Vienna Convention of 8 November 1968 on road traffic (Article 41).In addition to the abovementioned conventions, Poland has signed agreements on the recognition of driving licenses with Japan and South Korea