You will need
- - a document certifying the identity (passport);
- - document confirming registration at place of residence or place of stay;
- - medical certificate of the established sample;
- - the document on passage of training (except those who studied independently);
- - previously issued driver's license (if any);
- - receipt of payment of examination
If you are a citizen of Russia and Ukraine (dual citizenship) and driver's license were obtained on the territory of Ukraine, exchange it for Russian law. The difficulty lies in the fact that you have to pass the theoretical exam, as the SDA Russia and Ukraine are different.
In addition, prepare and submit the documents listed in the "What you need". The exchange procedure is regulated in paragraph 40 of the rules of delivery of promotion examinations and issue of driver's license. In this case, the certificate of training optional
If citizenship of the Russian Federation no, getting a Russian driver's license will be more difficult. According to paragraph 46 of the same rules of delivery of promotion examinations to persons temporarily residing in the territory of the Russian Federation replacement of foreign driving licenses into Russian is not provided. Also not issued to the Russian law if it is lost or stolen foreign identities.
In this situation, get your license on a common basis, passing theoretical and practical exams. It is provided by point 45 of the rules of delivery of promotion examinations. Upon successful completion of these exams will receive the registration documents for the right of temporary stay in the Russian Federation.
Pre-walk training in a driving school. However, it is possible to pass the exams in the traffic police after self-training, i.e. without schooling. For the latter option of obtaining the rights you need to be able to drive and have excellent knowledge of traffic regulations of the Russian Federation.
If you come to Russia for permanent residence from Ukraine, exchange driver's license for identity Federation. To do this, the law provides a period of 60 days, during which the old certificate continues to be valid. This period begins with the date of receipt in the internal Affairs of the Russian Federation of a permanent residence permit or from the date of entry into the territory of the Russian Federation, if permission has been obtained from the diplomatic representation or consular institution of Ukraine. The list of documents specified in "What you need"