STRASBOURG, France, Feb 23 (Reuters) - A proposal to create one common, plastic driving license for the European Union accelerated on Wednesday after the EU Parliament voted to streamline more than 100 licences used in the 25-nation bloc. A majority of parliament members decided the paper documents still used in some member states should be replaced by a "credit card" model within 10 years followed by a single EU licence within the next 20 years, the parliament said in a statement. "We ...
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