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Easy To Learn Driving Countries
For many reasons, getting behind the wheel in Mexico is rather simple: First off, just a theoretical exam is legally required to get a license in a major area of the nation. Additionally, there was no test at all until 2018.
Incredibly, Qatar has a fourteen-year-old minimum age requirement for driving, which is over a decade younger than the worldwide norm. Additionally, Qatar charges £30 for a driving test, which is less than half of the average worldwide fee of £75.
Amazingly, Qatar has a minimum driving age of fourteen, which is nearly ten years younger than the global average. A driving test costs £30 in Qatar, which is less than half the £75 average cost for the whole globe.
The USA has the same driving age as Latvia, which is 16 (although certain states have somewhat different legislation), and is also among the top five nations in the world to learn to drive, requiring no hours of training prior to taking the test.
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Canada, which just missed out on first place in the competition for the North American country where learning to drive is the simplest, is third among the world's five easiest driving countries.
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