Border between Turkey and Tbilisi
Replies: 7 - Last Post: Mar 10, 2013 2:30 PM Last Post By: nopasaran
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6thanks for the reply nopasaran, however we will be driving with Iraqi car and the plate numbers are written in arabic alphabets which i assume the georgian customs won't be able to read! this happened to one of our friends at Sarp and there was an office who would give you a plate with your number in english numerics, do you think we can find an office or shop like that that can translate our plate number into english numerics? or we can enter with arabic alaphabets! thanks
Mar 10, 2013 2:30 PM
7I am not sure about it. Sarpi is more frequently transited and there are more services available. I have never seen car only with Arabic alphabet in Georgia,so I assume that you will need to translate it. There are quite a few Iranian cars, and they have Latin alphabet letters on car plates, s far as I remember.
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