Update Nov. 22, 2021
Guidance for UK drivers in Italy
You will need to take a test to exchange your licence. If you have been resident in Italy for more than 12 months then you can continue to use your valid UK licence until 31 December 2021. If you are resident in Italy after 1 January 2021 your valid UK licence will be recognised for 12 months from the date you became resident.
Driving in Italy
If you live in Italy you should obtain an Italian licence. You will need to take a driving test. If you started exchanging your UK licence before 1 January 2021, you do not need to take a driving test (in Italian).
You can use your valid UK licence until 31 December 2021.
If you moved to Italy after 1 January 2021, you can use your valid UK licence for 12 months from the date you became resident.
For information on driving in Italy, read the guidance on:
If you are in Italy and your UK driving licence is lost, stolen or expires you cannot renew it with the UK Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA). You need to apply to the DVLA for a ‘certificate of entitlement’ in Italian to be able to apply for an Italian driving licence.
Bringing a UK-registered vehicle to Italy
Read our guidance on taking a vehicle out of the UK.
If you move to Italy with your UK-registered car, you must register your car with Italian licence plates within 60 days of being officially resident in Italy. If not, your car may be impounded.
Be aware that as soon as you start the process of registering your car in Italy you will not be able to use your car, until you get your new documentation and licence plates. For more information, contact an Ufficio Motorizzazione Civile (in Italian).
(Update Nov. 22, 2021) Source: Gov.uk
This article originally appeared on easymilano.com