Why on earth do you want one? You will have to master the world’s most complicated traffic laws, pass a written test, pass a driving test (if you don’t have a driver’s license from your home country), and then get a new license once a year or whenever your visa is up since licenses are only issued for the duration of your visa. So if your idea of happiness is sitting around a DMV for days on end every year – go for it.But there’s an easier way. Take your national license to any translation bureau that provides notarization. Have your license translated and notarized. You must have your original national driver’s license and the translated and notarized copy with you when you drive. And that’s it.