Bali Driving license 2024

DRIVING LICENSE IN BALI

content updated: 21 June, 2024

BALI Driving licence issue

The issue of driving licences is by the Road Police Polresta.

You are obligated to have a valid Driving License while using scooter or car.

You have to have a valid driving license from your country for a vehicle you want to use. 

For a scooter above 50ccm, you need a valid scooter license (C)

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The process:

  • Fill the form below, and submit
  • You will get confirmation email, and our consultant will contact you on WhatApp
  • You will schedule with our consultant your date and time of visit in Police Office
  • Once your visit is confirmed, please process the payment below the form.
  • On the scheduled date/time you will go to SatPas Denpasar (Road Police Office)
  • In the office, your biometric data will be taken and after the 15 min process, your Driving License will be issued (same day)
  • NO other actions like test/exam/checkup
  • You have to come 10 min. before scheduled time.
  • You will spend in the Police Office not more than 40min.
  • If you are late, your visit will be moved by Police to another day.
  • In unpredictable situations (like weather, blackout, IT system down) visit can be rescheduled.
  • Remember to always have your SIM License, personal ID, and car/motorbike registration document with you during driving.

express BALI driving license process form

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Which driving license do you need?
Name and Lastname
for example 0RH-
Copy the address of your place from Google Maps and paste above
You will get form confirmation.
Consultant will contact you on this number
Payment options
Payment methods are impossible to change after the form is registrated. Price is per 1 license.
Click or drag files to this area to upload. You can upload up to 2 files.
Please upload a photo or scan of your passport and KITAS as example provided below
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How to find the Police Office

Indonesian driving license process payment

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Indonesian Scooter Driving License SIM C getbalivisa
Indonesian Scooter Driving License SIM C - Bali Process
Rp2.000.000
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Min: 1
Step: 1
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Indonesian Car Driving License SIM A getbalivisa
Indonesian Car Driving License SIM A - Bali Process
Rp2.000.000
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Min: 1
Step: 1
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After your payment:

  • On the scheduled date/time you will go to SatPas Denpasar (Road Police Office)
  • In the office, your biometric data will be taken and after the 15 min process, your Driving License will be issued (same day)
  • NO other actions like test/exam/checkup
  • You will spend in the Police Office not more than 40min.
  • Remember to always have your SIM License, personal ID, and car/motorbike registration document with you during driving.
  • SIM A — for private cars and private goods vehicles up to 3500kg. Age 17+
  • SIM A umum — for public use; must have held SIM A for 12 months. Age 20+
  • SIM BI — for private buses and goods vehicles over 3500kg — must have held SIM A for 12 months. Age 20+
  • SIM BI umum— for public use, must have held SIM BI or SIM A umum licence for 12 months. Age 22+
  • SIM BII — for heavy equipment, tow trucks, and for towing trailers over 1000kg must have held SIM BI for 12 months. Age 21+
  • SIM BII umum — must have held SIM BII or SIM BI umum for 12 months. Age 23+
  • SIM C — for motorcycles up to 250cc. Age 17+
  • SIM CI — for motorcycles 250.01–500cc — must have SIM C for 12 months. Age 18+.
  • SIM CII- for motorcycles >500c — must have SIM CI for 12 months. Age 19+.
  • SIM D — for special disabled persons vehicles similar to SIM C. Age 17+.
  • SIM DI- for special disabled persons vehicles similar to SIM A. Age 17+.
  • application form
  • KTP for Indonesians or immigration documents for foreigners
  • driver’s education certificate not more than 6 months’ old
  • copy of work permit for foreigners who work in Indonesia
  • biometrics in form of fingerprint/retina scan
  • proof of payment
  • a doctor’s inspection of eyesight, hearing and physical condition from a Polri-approved/appointed doctor, not more than 14 days old
  • a psychologist’s inspection of cognitive and psychomotor abilities and personality from a Polri-approved/appointed psychologist, certificate not more than 6 months’ old
  • an online theory test , minimum score 70 — for new SIM or increase in level. Available in Indonesian for Indonesians, English for foreigners
  • a simulator test (where available), minimum score 70 — required for new SIMs other than D/DI, renewals of all SIM umum, SIM BI, BII, increases in level. Valid for six months.
  • a practical test — for new tests and increases in level
  • passport and KITAP, or
  • passport and diplomatic visa, plus diplomatic membership card for embassy staff/family, or
  • passport and official visa or kartu izin tinggal sementara for expert workers or students in Indonesia
  • ITAS holder of any kind (not just those listed in the copy/pasted law)
  • ITAP
  • IT Dinas
  • IT Diplomat
  • passport photo
  • KTP
  • SIM
  • passport
  • KITAP for foreigners (ITAS holders excluded)
  • existing SIM internasional for renewals
  • signature

 

  • wear a helmet as a motorcyclist
  • carry STNK (registration) for your vehicle
  • carry your local licence (SIM) if you are an ITAS or ITAP holder
  • carry your ID and foreign / international licence if you are not an ITAS or ITAP holder

Under article 314 road traffic offences can also be subject to revocation of driving licence and victim compensation, further to the penalties below.

  • Penalty 1–12 or more points
  • Penalty 2–18 or more points

Offences for all road users

    • Article 274–up to 24 million/1 year in prison for damaging the road
    • Article 282 — up to 250k/1 month+ 1 point for not following orders of a police officer
  • Article 285(1) — up to 250k rp/1 month+ 1 point for not meeting requirements of tyre tread depth, rear view mirror, brake light, headlight, turn lights, reflectors, speedometer, horn, exhaust regulations (including emissions and noise)
  • Article 291(1) — up to 250k/1 month + 1 point or not wearing SNI helmet while driving motorcycle
  • Article 291(2) — up to 250k/1 month+ 1 point for driver who allows passenger not to wear SNI helmet
  • Article 292 — up to 250k/1 month+ 1 point for carrying more than 1 passenger
  • Article 293(2) — up to 100k/15 days+ 1 point for not using lights during the day as a motorcyclist
  • Article 278 up to 250k rp/1 month+ 1 point without seat belt, spare tyre, safety triangle, jack, wheel key, first aid kit
  • Article 285(2) — up to 500k rp/2 months + 3/5 points for not meeting requirements of tyre tread depth, rear view mirror, brake light, headlight, reverse light, side lights, front windscreen, windscreen wipers, turn lights, reflectors, speedometer, horn
  • Article 286 — up to 500k rp/2 months+ 3/5 points for driving unroadworthy vehicle
  • Article 290 — up to 250k/1 month + 1 point for not wearing helmet and seatbelt for totally open 4-wheel vehicles
  • Article 279 — up to 500k rp/2 months+ 3 points for installing equipment that threatens the safety of traffic
  • Article 280 — up to 500k rp/2 months+ 3 points for driving without number plate
  • Article 281–up to 1000k rp/up to 4 months + 5 points for driving without a licence
  • Article 288(2) — up to 250k/1 month+ 1 point for failure to show a driving licence when asked
  • Article 283–up to 750k rp/3 months + 5 points for driving while performing other activities affecting concentration (e.g. mobile phone usage)
  • Article 284 — up to 500k rp/2 months + 3 points for driving without prioritizing safety of cyclists and/or pedestrians
  • Article 287(1),(2) — up to 500k/ 2 months+ 3/5 points for failing to follow traffic signs/road markings
  • Article 287(3) — up to 250k/1 month+ 1/5 points for breaching rules on movement, stopping and parking
  • Article 287(4) — up to 250k/1 month+ 1 point for failing to give priority to vehicles fitted with sirens
  • Article 287(5) — up to 500k/2 months +3/5 points for breaking speed limit
  • Article 287(6) — up to 250k/1 month+ 1 point for breaching vehicle attachment/towing rules
  • Article 288(1) — up to 500k/2 months+ 3 points for driving a vehicle without STNK
  • Article 289- up to 250k/1 month+ 1 point for driver or front seat passenger not wearing seatbelt
  • Article 293 (1) — up to 250k/1 month+ 1 point for not using lights at night
  • Article 294 /295 — up to 250k/1 month + 1 point for not using turn signals or hand signals when turning, reversing, changing lane, moving to the side
  • Article 296 — up to 750k/3 months+ 5 points for not following signals at crossings for trains
  • Article 297 — up to 3000k/1 year + 5 points for racing on the road
  • Article 298 — up to 500k/2 months+ 3 points for stopping in emergency without using hazard lights, emergency triangle, etc.
  • Article 277–up to 24 million/1 year for importing a vehicle without type approval
  • Article 312- up to 75000k/3 years + 10 points for not stopping at an accident you are involved in, or failing to report it to the police, or failing to give aid in relation to it
  • 311(1) dangerous driving without accident 3000k/1 year + 5 points
  • 1000k or 6 months + 5 points /4000k or 2 years+ 10 points — with property damage
  • 2000k or 1 year + 5 points/8000k or 4 years + 10 points — minor injuries
  • 10000k or 5 years + 12 points /20000k or 10 years + 12 points — serious injuries
  • 12000k or 6 years + 12 points / 24000k or 12 years + 12 points — death

Speed limits

The speed limits applicable nationally and notionally, based on Permenhub 111/2015 and UU LLAJ:

  • toll roads: minimum 60, maximum 100kph out of cities, 80kph in cities
  • intercity roads: maximum 80kph
  • city roads: maximum 50kph
  • residential areas: maximum 30 kph

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