People from South Korea living and working in Nova Scotia will soon be able to get behind the wheel of a car without taking a road test here.

The Nova Scotia government announced yesterday they are set to sign what they call a reciprocity agreement, which will allow South Koreans to exchange a valid driver’s licence for a Nova Scotia one upon moving here.

As part of the agreement, the same will hold true for Nova Scotians living and working in South Korea.

The province is already accepting driver’s licences from the United States and Germany without requiring a written or road test.

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