The answer to this question varies. If your license is from Canada, France, Republic of Korea or any other U.S. possession, yes, you are able to drive with your foreign license. However, you must complete a vision test before doing so. If your license is from Germany or Taiwan, you must take the vision, hearing and written exam. To be safe, you should check with a local DMV office to make sure that your foreign license is valid and that there aren't any tests you need to pass to be driving legally in the state of Florida.Question Category
You should bring your out-of-state license, a secondary ID (social security card, marriage certificate, birth certificate or life insurance policy). You can find out more information about this by visiting this website: http://www.dmvflorida.org/out-of-state-drivers.shtml.