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Inter-American Driving Permit

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Inter-American Driving Permit

The Inter-American Driving Permit (IADP) is an identity document that licenses the holder to drive a private motor vehicle in another nation when accompanied by a valid license from their home country. The IADP is similar to the International Driving Permit (IDP), but is specific to drivers in North, Central, and South America. To be eligible for an IADP, one must first have a valid driver's license.

Countries that recognize the IADP

  Recognizes IADP and IDP
  Recognizes IADP only

The following countries recognize the Inter-American Driving Permit.[1] Brazil and Uruguay recognize the IADP, but the not the IDP.


  1. ^ "International Driving Permit". American Automobile Association. Retrieved 2009-03-15. 

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