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  1. #11482
    Make sure you have a Pinay Permit for fucking the sweet young things as well. Don't want to get a violation for being a sex tourist either.

    BD.

  2. #11481
    Quote Originally Posted by EBoardbuilder  [View Original Post]
    "It always recommended to have all your papers in order to even if you are not held to the normal standards. " That means from the people renting it to the police to any federal police etc. If you don't have a motorcycle endorsement or an A type of license you not legally allowed to ride in your country and I think, please do not quote me but it translates to their country. So not terribly shocking that he got a ticket if he doesn't have a motorcycle endorsement or the proper papers on him. Thailand's and extremely dangerous place to learn how to ride even if you're riding a scooter with an automatic clutch he should be pretty happy he survived riding over there. I have 10 years experience riding a motorcycle in even over there it was a little bit challenging.
    An Australian woman was hit with $50,000 of medical bills in Thailand after she was involved in an accident. Her insurer refused to pay due to her not having a motorcycle licence.

  3. #11480
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    They will rent you the bike with no problem, but if the police stop you then you will get a ticket if you do not have the proper documents. Another board member who is a friend of mine was over here in Pattaya a few months ago. The cops pulled him over and gave him a ticket. He had an international license, but did not have the motorcycle endorsement.
    "It always recommended to have all your papers in order to even if you are not held to the normal standards. " That means from the people renting it to the police to any federal police etc. If you don't have a motorcycle endorsement or an A type of license you not legally allowed to ride in your country and I think, please do not quote me but it translates to their country. So not terribly shocking that he got a ticket if he doesn't have a motorcycle endorsement or the proper papers on him. Thailand's and extremely dangerous place to learn how to ride even if you're riding a scooter with an automatic clutch he should be pretty happy he survived riding over there. I have 10 years experience riding a motorcycle in even over there it was a little bit challenging.

  4. #11479
    Quote Originally Posted by EBoardbuilder  [View Original Post]
    When I was in Thailand last month they didn't care can gave my the motorcycle.
    They will rent you the bike with no problem, but if the police stop you then you will get a ticket if you do not have the proper documents. Another board member who is a friend of mine was over here in Pattaya a few months ago. The cops pulled him over and gave him a ticket. He had an international license, but did not have the motorcycle endorsement.

  5. #11478
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    So it is better to get cited for what they pulled you over for AND not having a license?
    So in short when you get a international driver's license you're always told to carry the IDP and carry your driver's license from your home country it is also recommended to carry your passport or at least a copy of it. It is not recommended not carrying your license you'll probably get in too deep sh*t depending what country you are in. Some countries hold international driver's permit or license whatever you like to call it like gold example I'm in Japan for a month currently and they need an international driver's license. When I was in Thailand last month they didn't care can gave my the motorcycle. It always recommended to have all your papers in order to even if you are not held to the normal standards.

  6. #11477
    Quote Originally Posted by WilBel  [View Original Post]
    I'm planning to take a Pinay girl for a trip to Malaysia. She will be traveling from Manila to Malaysia and I'll be traveling from Ireland to Malaysia. When I told this she told that she may need to provide proper explanation and / or documentation to the Immigration Officer in the airport else they may deny the trip. Is that true? I'll be booking the round trip ticket and hotel for her in Kuala Lumpur. Some senior members kindly guide me how to handle this?
    I did this last year, traveling from the UK, meeting in KL. The first challenge was actually getting out of the Phils, as she did not have a copy of my Credit card, so they would not allow her to leave. So I had to buy her a same day ticket at a much larger cost. Sending her a copy of my passport and my credit card. Note, I have known her for 6+ years and trust her with my paperwork. Don't send things to people you don't know so well.

    Also, she had a copy of the hotel reservation in my name, and I arranged for the hotel to pick her up in the hotel car. As well as some show money.

    She had NO problems getting into Malaysia.

    We'll possibly be doing it again later this year.

    Good luck.

  7. #11476
    Quote Originally Posted by EBoardbuilder  [View Original Post]
    An IDP is an official translation of your US license (making it easier for the cop to write out a ticket).
    So it is better to get cited for what they pulled you over for AND not having a license?

  8. #11475
    Quote Originally Posted by BrainDrain  [View Original Post]
    Why do you need an international drivers licence?

    I know that road agencies in our home country make them available, mainly as a translation service for non-english speaking countries. What legal standing would an AAA document have that is superior to a government issued licence?

    I always have just used my home country licence when renting and driving in UK, USA, Z & Philippines.

    BD.
    An IDP is an official translation of your US license (making it easier for the cop to write out a ticket).

  9. #11474

    Drivers license

    In the PI you can get anything you want.

    Cost vary a lot but to make sure you get it right the first time and of high quality I would just buy a drivers license in the PI it's about 1500 pesos.

    Your choices are to purchase a high quality fake or go down to the office with your info and pay one of those guys in front to stand in line and get an authentic one for you.

  10. #11473
    Quote Originally Posted by Socker  [View Original Post]
    You will need a international license which you can get at AAA.
    Go for it.
    Why do you need an international drivers licence?

    I know that road agencies in our home country make them available, mainly as a translation service for non-english speaking countries. What legal standing would an AAA document have that is superior to a government issued licence?

    I always have just used my home country licence when renting and driving in UK, USA, Z & Philippines.

    BD.

  11. #11472
    Quote Originally Posted by GoodEnough  [View Original Post]
    No. I'the say it's about the same. No enforcement of traffic rules. Drivers ruled by pure impulse with no prior thought. Traffic lanes fairly meaningless. Riders who have never had to pass a driving test. Other drivers indifferent to the presence of bikes on the road.

    The biggest difference between the Philippines and Thailand in this regard is the quality of the road infrastructure. Thailand's roads, even in many rural areas, are far superior, so dodging potholes, lousy drainage, rough pavement and road debris is a bit more challenging here than it is there. The flip side of that is that the roads are of such poor quality and so badly maintained that maintaining any sort of real speed isn't possible for any vehicles, so the likelihood of high speed accidents is reduced. After years of using a road bike here, I finally gave it up one night when a large truck going in the opposite direction from me, decided he'the really rather have my lane, and I had about 5 seconds to find a place to lay the bike down on a badly lit road with no shoulder. The truck driver could see me clearly. He just didn't give a damn. I finally decided that enough was enough, sold the bike and took to using my car full time.

    GE.
    Sounds like a death trap and a fun time, feels like my style. Thanks for the info in scams and the roads compared to Thailand. If I survived Vietnam Thailand hopefully Philippines should be easy.

  12. #11471
    Quote Originally Posted by EBoardbuilder  [View Original Post]
    I was thinking of getting one in manila and explore the rural area. Is the driving in the Philippines worse then Thailand?
    No. I'the say it's about the same. No enforcement of traffic rules. Drivers ruled by pure impulse with no prior thought. Traffic lanes fairly meaningless. Riders who have never had to pass a driving test. Other drivers indifferent to the presence of bikes on the road.

    The biggest difference between the Philippines and Thailand in this regard is the quality of the road infrastructure. Thailand's roads, even in many rural areas, are far superior, so dodging potholes, lousy drainage, rough pavement and road debris is a bit more challenging here than it is there. The flip side of that is that the roads are of such poor quality and so badly maintained that maintaining any sort of real speed isn't possible for any vehicles, so the likelihood of high speed accidents is reduced. After years of using a road bike here, I finally gave it up one night when a large truck going in the opposite direction from me, decided he'the really rather have my lane, and I had about 5 seconds to find a place to lay the bike down on a badly lit road with no shoulder. The truck driver could see me clearly. He just didn't give a damn. I finally decided that enough was enough, sold the bike and took to using my car full time.

    GE.

  13. #11470

    Drive Manila.

    Quote Originally Posted by EBoardbuilder  [View Original Post]
    Hey guys I'll be heading over there in a few days I have one thing I need clarification on. Is it true that the Philippines is pretty honest when it comes to renting motorcycles and scooters and you will not get scammed like you would let say in Thailand or is it pretty much the same throughout Southeast Asia. If it is more honest does anybody have any recommendations to a place to rent a scooter or motorcycle in Manila.
    Renting scooters is easy and no scams (that I know of) except some charge a lot more than others so shop around and weekly rates are better. Never drove Manila but it looks easier than Thailand just drive semi aggressive and you'll fit right in. You will need a international license which you can get at AAA.

    Go for it.

  14. #11469
    Quote Originally Posted by DCups  [View Original Post]
    You must be nuts to want to ride a scooter or motorcycle in Manila.
    I was thinking of getting one in manila and explore the rural area. Is the driving in the Philippines worse then Thailand?

  15. #11468

    New passport, traveling alone, Cebu to Tokyo.

    My lady was successful with a new passport, traveling alone, Cebu to Tokyo. She was well prepared (money, photos, etc.) and kept her cool with a lot of questions from a female immigration officer.

    Your situation may be different. Japan requires a visa approval in advance. I'm guessing Malaysia does not. Good luck.

    Quote Originally Posted by WilBel  [View Original Post]
    I'm planning to take a Pinay girl for a trip to Malaysia. She will be traveling from Manila to Malaysia and I'll be traveling from Ireland to Malaysia. When I told this she told that she may need to provide proper explanation and / or documentation to the Immigration Officer in the airport else they may deny the trip. Is that true? I'll be booking the round trip ticket and hotel for her in Kuala Lumpur. Some senior members kindly guide me how to handle this?

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