AFI stands for “Allied Forces in Italy” that lets military and local police agencies know that you are authorized to operate vehicles registered in the AFI system. Airmen and dependents must have an AFI license to register & drive an AFI registered vehicle in Italy (military member must complete the AFI license process before dependents can be issued). An AFI license is not valid without a valid driver’s license so you must carry both with you at all times and only AFI license holders are authorized to drive an AFI registered vehicle.
AFI driver’s licenses are only valid in Italy. So if you plan to travel outside of Italy, you’ll need an International Driving Permit and the U.S. Department of State authorizes only two agencies to issue them:
Age Requirements: Be 18 years of age or older with a valid driver’s license.
AFI Study Material: Obtain study guide & other information relevant to driving in Italy and Apply for AFI License with the Pass and Registration SharePoint site and Aviano Mobile App.
Complete online test:
Submit application online:
Visit the Autostrada website to estimate tolls. In far left column, input your departure and arrival city and submit.
Go to http://www.telepass.com/ to create an account. Toll fees are automatically debited from your account. Fees may apply.
NOTE: Tolls are commonly used here in Italy on the Autostrada. It is recommended you always carry euro as payment. Sometimes the card readers don’t work in the machines. There is an option on the machine to change the language as well.
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