FRENCH DRIVER’S LICENSE for sale
In France, the driving licence (French: Permis de conduire) is a governmental right given to those who request a licence for any of the categories they desire. It is required for every type of motorized vehicle. The minimum age to obtain a driving licence is: sixteen years for a motorcycle, eighteen years for a car, and twenty-one years for buses and cargo vehicles.
Since 2013, the French driving licence format was changed from that of a pink booklet to a credit card-sized card. Some slights modifications appear on driving licenses issued by some overseas collectivities such as French Polynesia (987), Saint-Martin (978) and Wallis and Futuna (986); where licenses are identical to the normal mainland format with the addition of the name of the Collectivity next to the “RÉPUBLIQUE FRANÇAISE” title and even, for the unique case of French Polynesia, the display of the regional flag on the bottom right part of the cards. Since 2015 licences issued in Saint-Barthélémy (977) are similar to the normal mainland format but with the name “SAINT BARTHÉLEMY” instead of “RÉPUBLIQUE FRANÇAISE”, without the yellow stars around the F, and the Saint Barthélémy coat of arms as part of the background. FRENCH DRIVER’S LICENSE