My wife went to Faro on the 11th July to renew here Portuguese Driving Licence. She paid the €30 fee and was told it would be about 6 months b4 she gets it back. In the meantime she was given the standard bit of A4 paper to confirm it was in for renewal should she get pulled by the Police. This paper is valid until the 11th Jan 2015 and as yet her new licence hasn't come back. If it still hasn't returned by the time the temporary piece of paper expires does she have to go all the way to Faro to get the paper renewed or can she just carry on using it past the11th Jan? as no doubt if she gets stopped by the police they would know what is happening with her licence via their computer system........or am I assuming too much here!! Amazingly an elderly friend who has to renew her licence every 2 years sent it in for renewal in September and got it back in just 2 weeks! Maybe one of you clever people out there has had the same problem so your advice/experience on this matter may help me out. Happy New Year to you all
Hi, my mother-in-law is 88 and I believe she needs to register her licence at the IMT in Faro. (She is an excellent driver)The info from Faro is that this procedure currently takes all day, is there another way to register her licence without her standing around all day?She has Portuguese residency now but I believe that she now has 90 days to register her licence.Any help/advice appreciated.Grea
I am a Dutch Citizen with Portuguese Residency. I recently bought a truck in The Netherlands and drove it back to Portugal with the intention to make it into a motorhome.I have searched for how to transfer the registration to Portuguese but I am having a difficult time finding the calculation of taxes and which category the vehicle falls into on this link. IT also doesn't seem to offer the option for a used vehicle to be firt registered before 2005?https://aduaneiro.portaldasfinancas.gov.pt/jsp/main.jsp?body=/ia/simuladorISV.jspIt is a 3 seater, 3 tonne Box truck manufactured in 1998.Can anyone offer any asssistance?Thanks
January this year I invited my nephew to visit us in Lagos. We bought him a Greenbus ticket both ways. On the return way the car happened to hit a fox. The delay caused by this accident caused my nephew to miss his flight. Although very polite I don'the seem to be able to get the transfer company to take any responsibility for his loss. Anybody havIing similar experience? Any advice?
Hello.I am looking for a British Garrage with Autogas / LPG experience or one with at least an english speaking staff?Any place in the Algarve or even Portugal would be great. I need a repair done on a fairly complex LGP install and need to be able to communicate the issue over to them as easy as possible.Any recommendations?Thanks,Paul.