Hello,Can anyone help me - especially any Australians.&
Can anyone help me - especially any Australians.
I have an Australian Client for whom I refurbished their house on Lake Como, now they are living in Italy for over 12 months, and in their Pension years.
The problem is that after 12 months residency he needs to swap his Australian driving license with an Italian one.
He has been told the in order to do that he needs to take the driving test again in Italy.
Unfortunately he does not speak or understand Italian very well, so he is not willing to take the test as he is pretty sure he will fail if it.
Can anyone tell me if an Australian really needs to take the test again or if it is possible to convert the Australian license into an International license and then swap that with the Italian one?
Or – if the Australian license really requires the re-taking of the test in Italian – if an interpreter is allowed when a non-Italian carries out the test? Or if the test can be carried out in English?
All the best,