Hi everyone, I've been in Germany for a handful years as a non-EU national, and as I've been stuck in an English speaking bubble, my German is still not good enough to deal with authorities.
My problem is that I feel more and more the need for a car, now that we've moved a bit more into suburbia. I have a valid foreign license, and from what I understand I'm already past the first 6 months in Germany timeframe where I could have exchanged my old one for a German one.
What to do here in Baden-Wurttemberg? I really don't want to do the who spiel of getting a brand new one, and I'm wondering what I can do to expedite the process. The local authority is no help in person, and what I've been reading online does not cover my specific case - or I couldn't find a good reference for it.
Good Morning everyone!
I hope you all had a nice May 1 (although the holiday fell on a weekend ) and are having a good start to the week.
I need to renew my Ohio drivers license and need to get a vision exam. I am under the impression that the German ophthalalmologists do not test reguarly the 20/20 scale. Does any have any experience with getting the vision tests done here? What should I request when I make an appointment? If I take the form with these requirements, will the eye doctor know what/how to measure my vision?
The requirements from the form are:
Horziontal Field (degrees only)
The Horizontal Field refers to the angualr extent of absolute limit of vision (in degrees) for nasal and tempral from fixation for each eye as measured fwith a large perimetry target
I guess worst case scenario, I could do the truck driver eye test here and all of the requirements should be included.
Thanks for your help!!