Portuguese traffic law has a very restrictive interpretation that means if you use Wazes traffic, you can’t ask a traffic company for a license or any other documents.
The traffic court in the Portuguese capital, Lisbon, is a common destination for tourists who want to get a taxi or a ride in their car.
For many drivers, this means a big hurdle to overcome.
The law requires that drivers pay a fee and also provide a driver’s license number.
This is done in the same way that taxi drivers do.
If you’re a small-business owner who wants to offer Waze-like traffic, here’s how you can make sure your drivers are licensed.1.
Pay the fee to the court: Drivers who receive a license and then charge for it are not required to show the license or documents.
If they don’t, the court won’t issue a license.
But if you’re not a driver, you need to pay a license fee, even if you have a driver license.2.
Provide the driver’s ID number: Drivers must provide the driver with the driver name and driver’s date of birth.
This allows a court to check the driver identity.
If a driver doesn’t provide it, they are deemed to be not in possession of a driver ID.
If the court finds that they’re not in full possession of their driver ID, the driver can’t be licensed.3.
Pay to the traffic court: If you pay the fee, you will be reimbursed by the court.
This can include a license, a fee receipt, and the court will forward the money to you.4.
Get a license: Drivers can apply for licenses in Portuguese traffic court for the purpose of driving in Portugal.
You must present a valid ID card and a photo ID, such as a driver record or a police record.
If your license doesn’t match the license you need, the licensing office will send you an application form with a fee.
You’ll then have to wait in line for a decision before you can apply.
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