Navigate New Zealand Safely With Certified Driver License Translation
If you have an overseas driver license that is not in English, or plan to replace your driver license with a New Zealand one, Harry Clark Translation can provide certified translation for this driver license that is recognized by New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA), so the visitor can use this translation for driving in New Zealand.
Our driver’s license translation states:
- that it’s a ‘true and an accurate translation of the original document’
- the date of the translation
- the full name and contact details of the translator or a representative of the translation company
Our Drivers License Translations are:
- Fully certified
- Fully authenticated
- Fully approved
- Accepted by NZTA*
*However, we are not part of NZTA; so in case you have any questions regarding the requirements for driving in New Zealand, please contact them directly.
Why Do I need Drivers License Translations in New Zealand?
- You can rent a car/van from a car rental company, and to drive legally on New Zealand roads for 12 months.
- Your overseas driver licence converted into a New Zealand driver licence, to drive in New Zealand permanently.
- To use it for other legal purposes as an identification.
- To apply for a tax number in New Zealand.
Why choose us as a translation provider?
Harry Clark Translation is a New Zealand translation agency providing professional certified translation services for all kinds of documents in over 75 languages. Our translations are carried out by specialized native translators with at least 3 years of experience. We use the latest information technology for our project management (TMS) as well as memory management (CAT), in order to provide best human quality translation within the fastest time.
Harry Clark Certified Translation in Auckland is proud to offer a comprehensive, all-in-one service. We leave no stone unturned to cure your international headaches. We understand the challenges facing global businesses in today’s highly regulated and competitive marketplace and the importance of getting corporate communications right.