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Romanian Driver License Translation

Get certified driving license translation from Romanian to English or English to Romanian. We provide fast and affordable driving license translations.

Our Romanian certified translators are native Romanian speakers also fluent in English. Get a quote for your certified Romanian license translation using the form on this page.

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100% Certified Romanian Driver's License Translation Romanian translations provided by NAATI accredited translators.
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Easy Online Process You can choose to print the translation ecopy or receive hard copy by mail.
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Average 24 Hour Turnaround Our average turnaround time for 1-3 page documents is 24 hours.
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NAATI Accredited Translators
Highly experienced Romanian translators who meet our strict requirements for accuracy, consistency and reliability.
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Simple Pricing
Affordable quote based only on what you need.
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Upload your Romanian driver license for a quick quote. We accept all common file types including PDF and JPG.
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Reliable Delivery
Romanian driver license translations delivered quickly, often within half a day.

Romanian Translator

Besides translating Romanian driver license to English, we also provide (NAATI accredited translator) certified translations for all other personal documents such as certificates, academic transcripts, legal and financial documents. Certified translations are often required for migration use.

You can use the form on this page to upload multiple files for a confirm quote and delivery time. Our Romanian translator is ready to assist you.


About the Romanian Language

Romanian is a Romance language spoken by around 24 to 28 million people, primarily in Romania and Moldova. The first Romanian grammar was published in Vienna in 1780. The period from 1905 to 1917 was one of increasing linguistic conflict, with the re-awakening of Romanian national consciousness. In 1905 and 1906, the Bessarabian zemstva asked for the re-introduction of Romanian in schools as a "compulsory language", and the "liberty to teach in the mother language (Romanian language)".

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