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Guide to Living and Teaching English in Brazil

June 25, 2013


Due to high taxes, cars are relatively expensive in Brazil. Cars are the most popular way of getting around, though driving in major cities such as Sao Paulo can be a nightmare. Expats living in Brazil can use their national driver’s license for up to six months, as long as it is translated into Portuguese and stamped by the road traffic authorities.

Public transport in Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro is generally good, but the only option available in most other cities and elsewhere is busses. And navigating route maps and timetables, and even locating bus stops are not tasks for the faint of heart.

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