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Trafico Office in Puerto del Rosario
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Can someone please point me in the direction of Trafico as I have an appointment to change my UK driving licence, I have looked on google maps but cannot pinpoint it.

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Willie
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If you put this address into Google Maps, it comes up:

Calle los Hormigas 1, 35600, Puerto del Rosario

If I’ve copied it correctly, this link should also work: 

https://www.google.com/maps/place//@28.5...675386,20z

There is a car park right in front now, doesn’t show on Google Maps or Earth, and a big car park a two minute walk away on the other side of the main road , Calle Juan de Bethencourt.
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Thanks for that, is the entrance on that road Calle Los Hormigas???
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Just want to add a some helpful info about the Trafico Office - DGT.


Dirección General de Tráfico

The Trafico office is open Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Except: December 24th and 31st.

Also no driving tests on the following dates: February 13th, May 30th, September 14th and October 8th.


To book an appointment online simply click here, choose "Las Palmas - Fuerteventura", reason* and fill the form.


Address:  Calle los Hormigas 1, 35600, Puerto del Rosario

Phone: 928 539 908 - General information: 060

Fax: 928 539 963

email: oltf@dgt.es

Website: www.dgt.es
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(10-02-2019, 09:34 AM)willie5094 Wrote: Thanks for that, is the entrance on that road Calle Los Hormigas???

You should see the DGT entrance here.
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Changing my licence on Thursday, will let you know how I get on.
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(10-02-2019, 12:35 PM)TrickyFox Wrote: Changing my licence on Thursday, will let you know how I get on.

Great opportunity to learn patience. Good luck TF.
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Thanks for that Sam, my wife is changing her licence on Thursday and hopefully me too, will post here with any info. If they can't take me Thursday I have an appointment 21st March.
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Good luck tomorrow to all three of you! Fingers Crossed
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OK, thanks to Steve Lipner, everything went smoothly yesterday. First we went to the photo/copier shop near the main Police station to get uptodate passport photos and missing copies of driving license and residencia. Then upto the place round the corner from Trafico for my health test. I read somewhere to make a note of my height and weight but this wasn't required. First did the little coordination test, which was very simple but something I had been very apprehensive about. Then a simple eye check. Wearing my glasses, obviously, read a line using only left eye then right eye then both eyes. Having forgotten my Spanish alphabet I used English, much to Mr Lipner chagrin. Lastly a few few questions about general health like was I on any medication, did I need tablets to sleep at night, had I had surgery recently. Finally took my photo and that was it. Lastly round to Trafico for our appointment, a few minutes early. Place was almost empty, Steve said it was heaving the day before. Still had to wait as there was only one bloke on for a while.
Medical cost €45, Trafico €28.30 - NOTE - only payment by card accepted, not cash at Trafico.
At Trafico apart from the application form, you need your passport and a copy, your empadron and a copy, copies of front and back of your driving license, residencia and copies of front and back (I think that was it).
Just to show the vagaries of the system, Steve said sometimes you have to surrender your UK license (and you get a piece of paper as your temporary license)  and sometimes you don't. Yesterday I didn't have to, the day before they did. I guess it depends on which side of the bed the chap got out of that morning. You can ask to pick up the license when it is ready (they text you) if your post is not very reliable (ours isn't).
Hope this is helpful - of course it may be totally different next week.
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