In addition, it’s not always convenient to walk or take the bus. So motorbikes are the vehicle of choice for many locals — and expats.
The problem is that it can be difficult to figure out EXACTLY HOW to go about getting a motorbike licence in Vietnam. It can be a time-consuming process — if you don’t know how it works.
Vietnam is very different from my home country of Australia. And, chances are, it’s a lot different from where you’re from, as well.
All too often, people just abandon the idea of getting their motorcycle licence (or any driver’s licence for that matter) in Vietnam.
Foreigners who drive cars or motorbikes can do jail time if they’re unlicenced! Plus, if they are unlicenced and have an accident while riding, their traveler’s insurance will be null and void.
How can an “expat” avoid all the problems and complications while getting a LEGAL motorbike licence in Vietnam?
However, I now understand how the system works — because I went through it myself. It took loads of time and effort on my part (and that’s just to figure out what needs to be done and how the process works here).
It also took a considerable amount of research and effort to learn the right questions to ask and get straight answers to them.
So, after having gone through the licencing process myself, I decide to share what I learned with other expats.
I documented everything you need to know… step-by-step. It’s all in my e-book, An Expat’s Guide To Getting A Vietnamese Motorbike Licence In 7 Easy Steps.
With my guide… Read more…