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Q: Who took a driving license test in China?

Can someone tell me how much is it for foreigners? Can we take a test in English? How many questions are there? Car and bike license are separately? How many times can we retake an exam? Thanks!

2 years 35 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - China

 
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You get 5 chances, yes they have English, the test is sooooooo easy, in Shenzhen I paid Y600 back in 2010. But its not the test that worries me, what worries me is when you try to buy a car, like Shenzhen, I was so easy to buy a car in 2014, but now there are new laws limiting the number of cars that can be bought in 1 year, you will have to enter the lottery in some cities now and maybeeeeee you can get a car. Its not easy to buy a car anymore. So do your research before getting your license, if you have a car or a rich wife or husband from China already, than forget what I said.

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In Guangzhou the test fee is 100 RMB and you can take the test twice in one day. If you fail both times then go back the next day and pay another 100 RMB.

 

Before that you need to get your passport and foreign driving licence translated and notarised. Then fill in the application form, take a simple medical and give them some photographs. In total, including one test fee, you're looking at about 500-600 RMB as Oronman510 mentioned above.

 

Can you take the test in English? In the major cities, yes. In smaller cities I don't know.

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