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Thanks for the info! I tried calling quinn earlier but they said they won't offer quote for someone with a US licence. I'll try the others and post the results.benifa wrote: To be honest, I can't find any that don't insure drivers with an "international" licence. An Irish / EU licence is not mandatory.
That's contrary to their website then. Hang up and redial. Or buy online.cdare wrote:..I tried calling quinn earlier but they said they won't offer quote for someone with a US licence..
I don't know how much you know about obtaining an Irish drivers licence, but I wouldn't delay it. It is a long process since there is a shortage instructors and test givers. Also, with the new law passed quite a few months back, you can no longer drive with a learners permit on your own. I would research it and get any questions answered asap, as well as starting the process.benifa wrote:Hello and welcome, cdare!
By the way, you can drive in Ireland for up to 12 months on your US licence. After that, you'd need to get an Irish licence from scratch (theory test >> Learner Driving Permit >> practical driving test >> full Irish licence).
Sahil,Sahil wrote:i have also insured my car with Clements ..... no problem at all.
Hi Bro,, Try this my friend have insurance from them on international license im sure they will give good luck...http://www.italsure.eu/cdare wrote:Hello,
My wife and I are moving over in a month or so, and my brother has kindly donated us a car to use when we're over there.
We both have US drivers licenses, and I'm having a hard time finding anyone to insure us on a US licence. Does anyone know of any insurance companies that will give you a quote if you don't have an Irish license?