Qatar Ranks In The Top Five As One Of The Easiest Countries To Learn To Drive
Where in the world is it easiest to learn to drive?
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Mexico ranked first with a 9.48/10 learn-to-drive score
The best part about Mexico is that in a large portion of the country, one does not legally have to take a practical test to get a license, just a theory test, and moreover, prior to 2018, there was no test at all. Moreover, the age limit for driving in Mexico is 15 years, which is younger than the majority of countries.
Qatar ranked second with a 7.39/10 learn-to-drive score
One can begin driving at the young age of fourteen, which is almost half a decade younger than the global average. The best part is that the driving test is way too pocket-friendly at just 110 Qatari Riyal which includes both a theory and practical section.
Latvia ranked third with a 7.03/10 learn-to-drive score
This European country is cheaper than Mexico and Qatar, as the test here only costs £26; however, the minimum driving age is older at 16.
United States ranked fourth with a 6.95/10 learn-to-drive score
The age limit at which you can drive in the USA is 16; however, a handful of states have slightly different laws. The cost of the test in the US is slightly below the worldwide average at £84 ($116).
Canada ranked fifth with a 6.93/10 learn-to-drive score
Canada stands in third place for being the easiest place to learn to drive in its continent. Canada’s score is only 0.02 behind the USA due to a marginally higher price of a test at £14 more expensive.