Florida’s Highway Patrol won’t be going after drivers visiting the state from overseas who don’t have an International Driving Permit. It seems state officials have to figure out if a new state law violates an international treaty. The legislature last year amended the law to require international visitors, or those who don’t have a U.S. driver’s license, to also have an IDP and their driver’s license. The IDP is the translation of an existing drivers license in another language that has to be gotten in a visitors home country. Lawmakers changed the statute so police wouldn’t be faced with documents they couldn’t read.