(Adds German/Austrian ministers, Barrot quote, background) By Jeff Mason BRUSSELS, March 27 (Reuters) - Drivers throughout the European Union will have to use a common driving licence in the coming years as the 25-nation bloc scraps some 110 different versions in an effort to improve road safety and reduce fraud. EU transport ministers agreed on the new, plastic licence on Monday after resolving differences over how long a common version would be valid. But it will take up to 26 years ...
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