Thailand Driving License

If you wish to drive in Thailand you better have Thai Driving License even though international driving license are accepted. However, several insurance company don’t fully cover you if you are not holding a valid Thai Driving License. On the other hand, Thai Driving License may sometimes also can be used as Identification Card for check in Hotels, Flying Domestic and the fact that Expats cannot carry their passports at all times, a valid Thai Driving License is slightly more relevant.

If you have a valid driving license from your home country than getting a Thai driving License is fast and easy to get. If your valid license isn’t in English Language, it has to be legalized by your Embassy in Bangkok. We will then translate it in English and verify the translation by the relevant Authority in Thailand.

The documents required are as follows:


Medical Certificate (obtained in one of the Clinics or Hospitals)


Residence Certificate or Work Permit (Either one will do)




Valid Driving License (from Home Country/Other)


Thailand Driving License Application Form

One of our representatives will accompany you to the Driver’s License department as all the forms are in Thai Language and will assist you throughout the process.

Initially you will get Temporary Thai Driving License for 2 years and 5 years upon renewal. If your driving license is expired for a year or more, you will have to start the procedure again.

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Bangna, Bangkok – 10260

Exempt Stamp & On-Arrival Visa Extended to boost Tourism in Thailand from 1st October 2022

Exempt Stamp & On-Arrival Visa Extended to boost Tourism in Thailand from 1st October 2022

The Center for COVID – 19 Situation Administration (CCSA) has approved longer Exempt Visa Stamp and On-Arrival Visas to Thailand starting from October 1st until 31st March 2023 as part of efforts to revitalize the economy due to the pandemic.

Passport holders that entered Thailand on an Exempt stamp for 30 days will be allowed to enter on a 45 days Exempt Stamp from October 1st and On-Arrival visa that entered Thailand on 15 days will be now allow to enter on 30 days On-Arrival Visa.