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안녕하세요. 포커스입니다.

한국 운전면허증을 호주 운전면허증으로 변경 가능합니다.
기존 공증하여 사용하던 번거로움 없이, 간단한 몇몇 서류를 지참하고 SERVICE SA를 방문하시면 호주 운전면허를 발급받으실 수 있습니다.

자세한 사항은 아래 본문을 참고하시거나 사이트(http://www.sa.gov.au/subject/Transport,+travel+and+motoring/Motoring/Interstate+and+international+motorists/South+Australians+driving+interstate+or+overseas)를 방문하시기 바랍니다.





Recognised overseas licences

South Australia recognises the driver licensing and testing standards in the countries listed below. If you hold, or have held a driver's licence within the last five years you are not required to undertake equivalent driving tests in South Australia.
 
Austria Belgium Canada
Croatia               Denmark Finland
France Germany Greece
Guernsey Ireland Isle of Man
Italy Japan Jersey
Luxembourg Malta Netherlands
New Zealand Norway Portugal
Singapore Spain Sweden
Switzerland United Kingdom United States

If your foreign licence is for a class other than a car or motorcycle, and you wish to keep that class of licence, you must undertake a practical driving test in a vehicle of that class (excluding road trains and B-doubles).

New Zealand licence holders will be issued with the equivalent South Australian driver's licence for all licence classes.

Under the age of 16 years:

  • If you hold a full (unrestricted) foreign licence and are under the age of 16 years you are not eligible to hold a South Australian learner's permit or driver's licence. 
  • If you hold a full foreign licence but are under the age of 16½ years, you may be issued a learner's permit.
  • If you hold a full foreign licence but are under the age of 19 years, you may be issued a provisional licence.
'Experienced Driver' recognition

South Australia also recognises driver experience from the following countries:

Czech Republic    Hong Kong    Republic of Korea    Taiwan

A person aged 25 years or older with a driver's licence from one of these countries is treated the same as someone who holds a licence from a recognised country and is not required to undertake any driving tests.

If you are aged under 25 years and hold a licence from a country where "driver experience" is recognised, you will be required to pass a theory and practical driving test in order to obtain a South Australian driver's licence.

Refer to the "Non-recognised overseas licence" topic below for details on this process. 



Applying for a South Australian driver's licence

You may be eligible for the equivalent class of licence as your foreign licence. Minimum age requirements apply.

Go to any Service SA customer service centre and present the following documents:

  • your current driver's licence - if this is not written in English you must bring an approved English translation or your international driving permit
  • evidence of identity - proof of your identity, signature, age and address
  • payment for your written test, if required
  • your medical certificate, if required
  • concession card, if entitled.

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