THE DRIVER LICENSE NEEDED;

SINCE YOU VISIT GREECE, YOU ARE SUBJECTED TO GREEK LAW.

So that means; to drive a 50 cc vehicle, you need to have a proper license. That means shortly explained; AM or A license.

Whatever law is in your country, it doesnt count here, you are visiting Greece, remember?

European license are value in Greece. Are you from outside European Union, you need to have avalid license of your country, together with an internation driver license.

 

And for Best Moto; also experience in driving a 2 wheeled motorized vehicle from 50 cc or above.

IN CASE OF POLICE CONTROL ; WITHOUT ABOVE MENTIONED;

1 YOUR CONSIDERED DRIVING WITHOUT LICENSE

2 YOU WILL BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL DAMAGES

 

WE GIVE 2 EXAMPLES FOR COUNTRIES, YOU CAN IMAGINE YOURSELF WHEN YOU ARE FROM OUTSIDE THE EUROPEAN UNION.

PROBALLY YOU KNOW BETTER WHERE TO GET YOUR INTERNATIONAL LICENSE.

Australia (http://www.smartraveller.gov.au/tips/road-travel.html)

Many countries require Australians to have an International Driving Permit (IDP) in addition to a valid Australian driving licence to legally drive a car, or ride a motorbike. An IDP is a widely recognised document that can be issued by associated members of the Australian Automobile Association (AAA).

IDPs are issued through state and territory motoring clubs. To obtain an International Driving Permit, please contact the relevant IDP authority in your state:

  New South Wales and Australian Capital Territory NRMA Motoring and Services

 

  Queensland RACQ Ltd.(Royal Automobile Club of Queensland Limited)

 

  Victoria RACV (Royal Automobile Club of Victoria)

 

  South Australia RAA (Royal Automobile Association of South Australia, Inc)

 

  Western Australia RAC (Royal Automobile Club of Western Australia (Incorporated)

 

  Tasmania RACT (Royal Automobile Club of Tasmania Limited)

 

  Northern Territory AANT (Automobile Association of Northern Territory Inc), phone: (08) 8981 3837

 

USA (http://travel.state.gov/content/passports/english/go/safety/driving.html)

Although many countries do not recognize U.S. driver's licenses, most countries accept an International Driving Permit (IDP). An IDP functions as an official translation of a U.S. driver's license into 10 foreign languages.

Before departure, you can obtain an IDP at a local office of one of the two automobile associations authorized by the U.S. Department of State:

  AAA (American Automobile Association)

 

  National Auto Club