European driving license is a driving license which replaced the various driving license styles formerly in use in the member states of the European Economic Area (EEA).
The license is currently issued by all of the EEA member states; all 27 EU member states and three EFTA member states; Iceland.
Liechtenstein and Norway, as well as the United Kingdom during the transition period after the UK withdrew from the EU. It is credit card-style with a photograph and a microchip.
The EU has introduced a harmonised license model and further minimum requirements for obtaining a license. This should help to keep unsafe drivers off Europe’s roads – wherever they take their driving test.