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Motorcycle license in Japan

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stemik - collected and stored? What's with that then? I presume you don't have a garage for it to stay in, as someone storing it will cost a bit (right?)

 

No we don't have a garage but - i think we will build one next spring.

It actually wasnt that bad. it was 23,000yen and the price includes pick up from Hakuba and taking to Nagano and making sure the battery doesn't go flat over winter. I have to pick it up in Nagano in the spring. I thought it was rather reasonable.

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What kind of place do they keep it in? Doesn't sound too bad.

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I dunno what the licence place is like, but anytime I go to city hall or immigration or even the bloody post office, it annoys the shit outta me to see them handing my forms back and forth to each other, without seemingly doing anything to it…….I'm sure something is going on, but why does it need so many side passes, sucking of teeth, back pass, side pass, teeth suck, forward pass……..query to me, then the whole bloody thing starts again……JUST STAMP THE F###ING FORM!!!!! :veryangry:

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Was thinking about this last night Tubby.

 

Reception window - 1

Buying 'stamps' - 2

Next person - 3

Eye test - 4

Next person - 5

Next person - 6

Next person - 7 (photo)

Get licence - 8

 

Yes, I had to go through 8 stages and different people to get the licence.

 

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That sounds a lot like me. I just liked the color and style and went for it. Because it was 400cc there wasn't much written online in English.

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