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An international driving permit (IDP), often (incorrectly) referred to as an international driving licence (IDL), is translation of a domestic driver license that allows the holder to drive a private motor vehicle in any country or jurisdiction that recognises the document. The term International Driving Permit was first mentioned in the document prescribed in the International Convention relative to Motor Traffic that was signed at Paris in 1926. In most countries, IDPs are issued by automobile associations, such as American Automobile Association in the USA, Norwegian Automobile Federation in Norway and Riksförbundet M Sverige in Sweden.

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