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Driving in Azerbaijan Guide

Welcome to our Driving In Azerbaijan section! Here we take a look at all the frequently asked questions to do with all things motoring and driving in Azerbaijan- driving license conversion, Azerbaijan road rules, paying your traffic fines, registration of your vehicle, and so much more.

  • Car registration

    Registering your car is quite simple in Azerbaijan. We have all the information about registering the vehicle. Both the vehicle buyer and seller have to be present in order to register the vehicle. The vehicle has to be re-registered whenever the ownership changes among other times

  • Driving in Azerbaijan

    Driving in Azerbaijan is an adventure to say the least, the roads are bad, the drivers don't always follow the traffic rules and there are many of those. We have some advice for new drivers in Azerbaijan to make life easier for them.

  • Drivers License

    Getting your driving license in Azerbaijan involves taking a theory and practical test. There are a few types of driving licenses including light and heavy vehicles and the youngest age with which you can obtain a driving license is eighteen.

  • Traffic fines

    The Azerbaijani traffic laws are quite strict and there are many cameras both for speeding and for parking. You can only be parked illegaly for five minutes before your car is towed and if you do not pay your fines in a certain timeframe your car will be confiscated.

  • Public Transport

    There are many forms of ways to get around in Azerbaijan. We have information on car rentals, taxis, busses, bicycles and also on walking through the city. When it's warm you can walk or cycle and when it's cold you can use the alternatives.

  • Road signs

    The roadsigns in Azerbaijan follow the international standard and are quite straight forwards, however it is the lack of roadsigns that is sometimes of concern, especially when there are road closures or diversions.

  • Exchanging a Foreign Driving Licence

    You can drive with your driving license for a period of up to one year, thereafter you have to apply for an Azerbaijani one. We have all the info on the driving license exchange.

 
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