You get the "bought" license at exactly the same place as the "legitimate" one... No difference at all. I though maybe US was aware of this and did not allow these monkeylicenses in the US...According to Dolores on this thread
Dominican Driver's licenses are valid to drive on, in the US. Other posters reported that they've used the DR driver's licenses in various places in Europe as well. I do not know of anywhere that one can obtain an international driver's license in the DR. The DR is however a signatory to whatever international treaty governs international driver's licenses.
I don't know anyone that managed to obtain an international driver's license valid in other countries, in the DR.
Of course I'm not talking about those driver's licenses that you buy, but those that you get legitimately. I have no idea what will happen if you drive in the US on a 'bought' Dominican License. But if you are in an accident, I'm sure the insurance will have something to say - something like you'll have to pay all the costs yourself.
Maybe you could be a good citizen and do the right thing like reporting this monkey licenses to the appropriate authorities...like the embassy of the US?????You get the "bought" license at exactly the same place as the "legitimate" one... No difference at all. I though maybe US was aware of this and did not allow these monkeylicenses in the US...
the answer is that a DR drivers license is valid in the US?
I saw this thread, but the answers were not that clear. Anyway let us driveYour answer will be found in the following link. Look at POST #6.
Have fun but drive safely.