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Thread: Converting my drivers license

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    Your post is old so I’m not confident you’re still monitoring the forum, but just in case... this is the first I have heard of google phone service. But when I go to the Google voice site it sends me to the Apple App Store and I’m told the app isn’t available in my country. Did you get around this? I could sure use a free service to US right now. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbranca View Post
    Your post is old so I’m not confident you’re still monitoring the forum, but just in case... this is the first I have heard of google phone service. But when I go to the Google voice site it sends me to the Apple App Store and I’m told the app isn’t available in my country. Did you get around this? I could sure use a free service to US right now. Thanks!
    I was not able to get google voice to work either. I use skype if absolutely needed, but itís not free.

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    Auckland2016 last looked in here just last month, so a PM might reach him/her.

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    Sorry to post to an old thread, but when I was converting my Belarusian driver licence at AA, I was asked to provide a translation for it. However, every word on Belarusian licences is in 3 languages: Russian, Belarusian and English.

    Just be nice and they will work it out in your favour That's what I've learned in this country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ekini View Post
    Sorry to post to an old thread, but when I was converting my Belarusian driver licence at AA, I was asked to provide a translation for it. However, every word on Belarusian licences is in 3 languages: Russian, Belarusian and English.

    Just be nice and they will work it out in your favour That's what I've learned in this country.
    Haha thatís a good one! Sometimes people do get caught up in process, even when it doesnít make sense :-)
    Mineís in English (obviously) but even differences in format caused delays, such as figuring out why it didnít have a ďclassĒ listed (denoting that itís for driving normal cars, not trucks or motorcycles).

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