BRUSSELS, March 27 (Reuters) - Drivers across the European Union will be able to use a common drivers licence in the coming years, doing away with more than 100 different versions as the EU moves to improve road safety and reduce fraud. EU transport ministers agreed on the new licence on Monday after resolving differences over how long a common licence would be valid. It will take, however, up to 26 years for the 25-nation bloc to replace the myriad of licences already issued. The plan ...
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