Thursday, February 14, 2013

Florida decides Canadian tourists a bad idea

This seems a bit strange given the number of Canadians that spend winters in Florida – especially Quebecers – but the Sunshine State now requires non-U.S. residents to carry an International Driving Permit (IDP) to operate a motor vehicle.

The requirement came into effect on Jan. 1, 2013 and affects people who drive down to Florida with their own vehicles (be they car, truck, motor home or motorcycle) and those who wish to rent a car in Florida.

Needless to say, those caught in Florida without anIDP are subject to hefty fines by police.

You can obtain an IDP at CAA-Quebec service centres, the only places in Quebec IDPs can be obtained. The cost is $25, and you will need to supply two passport photos.


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    I have family in Florida. Both of my sisters drove down with their families. This announcement is good news.

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