GUANGZHOU, China, Feb. 6, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — According to the Ministry of Transport and Communications latest amendment of the Driving Licence Act to Finnish Parliament, Chinese driver’s licence holder can drive in Finland starting on 1 February 2018. To make it easier for Chinese tourists who need to use cars abroad, travellers can submit a free application of International Certificate Translation of Driver’s License on Zuzuche’s website or its mobile application.
Chinese tourists can rent-a-car on the Finnish road with the original copy of Chinese licence and International Certificate Translation of Driver’s License.
Within Nordic countries, only Finland does not recognise Chinese driver’s licences. According to this new Act, from 1 February 2018, Chinese tourists who hold a valid Chinese driver’s licence granted in China, are able to drive in Finland for 1 year after their arrival. As stated by the Ministry of Transport and Communications, foreign driver’s licences will need to contain Latin lettering or must be used in conjunction with an official translation document in Finnish or Swedish.
Applied through Zuzuche, travaller can get the official translation document certified by Australian National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters and New Zealand Transport Agency. The document is adopted by foreign organisations and car rental companies in more than 200 countries/regions. From 1 February 2018, Chinese tourists can rent a car on the Finnish road with the original copy of Chinese licence and International Certificate Translation of Driver’s License.