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International Driver's License in Papua New Guinea
Why Should I Carry An International Driver's License?
An International Driver’s License Is A Booklet That Translates Your Domestic Driver’s License Into Many Languages— Making It Easier For You to Rent and Drive Vehicles Around the World.
If You Are Driving or Hiring A Car While In Papua New Guinea or in any of the following approved Countries – You Can Use An International Driver’s License to Translate Your Domestic Driver’s License To Rental Agencies and Local Authorities.
We Abide By The International Driver’s License Booklet Specifications Detailed In The UN Convention of 1949.
Driving in Papua New Guinea & Abroad
Laws can vary between countries but one thing that remains consistent, is that an International Driver’s License from ITA can help you rent and drive vehicles abroad, no matter the country.
Some rental agencies will request to see an International Driver’s License before they rent you a vehicle. Many customers find themselves in a situation where they have traveled to their destination country, unaware that they should have purchased an International Driver’s License in their home country.
This is where ITA can help you. We’re available 24 Hours a day– 7 days a week. We guarantee you’ll receive your International Driver’s License in under 2 hours and we offer Urgent 15 minute Processing for our customers who are really in a rush.
An International Driver’s License is also commonly known as an International Driving Permit.
Driving in Papua New Guinea
For our customers coming from abroad and traveling in Papua New Guinea – You may have realized last minute that you need to show an International Driver’s License to rent a vehicle. Use ITA to apply for and receive your International Driver’s License today.
Some helpful information about driving in Papua New Guinea
- People drive on the left side of the road.
- The minimum age to drive a car is 18 years old. The minimum age to rent a car is 25 years old.
- Papua New Guinea does have a national seat belt law. We recommend always wearing a seat belt if it is available.
- Papua New Guinea does not have a national law prohibiting mobile phone use while driving. However, we recommend not using your phone while driving.
- Papua New Guinea does have a national law requiring the use of helmets when on motorcycle or scooter. This applies to both driver’s and passengers. There is no age restriction for child passengers as long as they are wearing a helmet.
- Legal Blood Alcohol Content Level: 0.08%. Do not drink and drive.
- The maximum driving speed is 60 km/h (37 miles/hour) in urban areas and 75 km/h (46 miles/hour) in rural areas.
Source: World Health Organization
How to get your IDL
We’ve streamlined the application process creating an easy-to-use platform that will successfully guide you to complete your application in just a few minutes.
1. Apply Online
Start your application for International Driver's License Get the IDL.
2. Upload Photos
Make sure to upload an updated photo and with the correct parameters.
3. Get Approved
Wait for your confirmation and you are ready to go!