Here is the place to post any simple or complex questions you may have about any aspect of life in Cambodia and beyond without fear of being told 'That question has been asked 100 times before.'
I've been pulled over a few times, once the cop wanted to see my license and threatened to impound my bike - fat headed c*nt... He looked a bit confused when I showed him my international one, not too sure if he'd seen one before.
Think I got out of it for a couple of bucks. From memory, I'd failed to see a one way sign that was so badly faded by the sun. I was probably too busy looking for fuckwits trying to T-bone me.
Lucky Lucky's price is good. I just tried two places on the riverfront and was told the price was $45. One even had the audacity to say the price went up last week as the department were charging more. I rang Lucky Lucky and was told $32.
Yep, was there yesterday (unrelated to getting a license) and decided to bring my US license up there. At first they said, "sure, can turn ur license into whichever one u choose..." I pressed on, "Are u sure? I've heard of people's licenses getting rejected for motos..." Then they finally asked if mine was specifically for a bike back home, which it wasn't... Then they said, "oh, cannot..."
AFAIK you will get the equivalent of what you already have. If you have A1 you will get a 125cc moto licence, if you have B you will get a car licence, etc.
You won't get a big moto licence if you have A1, you won't get a big moto licence if you have B, etc.
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It sounded like they only had 2 types:
1) good for cars and 125cc or under
2) good for over 125cc (which I would assume lets u drive any cc moto, but not for cars)
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