Iâ€™ve just obtained my full motorcycle licence (VIC) and therefore will need to wait 12 months until Iâ€™m unrestricted. As a Victorian licence holder under probation Iâ€™m unable to ride a larger less powerful bike than the FZR250R Iâ€™m currently riding. Iâ€™m hoping to purchase a brand new Royal Enfield in Aril next year and was thinking up of participating in a two week Enfield motorcycle tour of India. What better way to get to know the motorcycle and decide whether it is for me or not and see part of another country at the same time. So here is the question: Is this idea of an Enfield motorcycle tour of India unattainable as you require an International Driving Permit (IDP) to ride legally in that country? An IDP is: â€¦a translation of your driver's licence, and must be accompanied by a valid Australian Driver's Licence at all times. International Driving Permits (IDPs) entitle the holder to drive motor vehicles specified in the IDP and in all counteracting countries without further examination. Iâ€™m restricted to a 260cc motorcycle here in Victoria, does this apply in India or other overseas countries? Could I ride a 350cc Enfield in India legally with an IDP? Are Victorian probationary motorcyclists restricted to 260cc motorcycle overseas, even though these bikes can be ridden under the LAMS in NSW, S.A and now TAS by probationary and restricted licence holders in those states? Any comments from people with IDP experience are appreciated.