UK DRIVER’S LICENSE ONLINE

$800.00

DRIVING LICENCES
POPULAR SERVICES
Learn to drive a car: step by step
Apply for your first provisional driving licence
View or share your driving licence information
Tell DVLA you’ve changed address: step by step
Replace a lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed driving licence
Renew your driving licence
Renew your driving licence if you’re 70 or over
LEGAL OBLIGATIONS
Legal obligations of drivers and riders
Check if a health condition affects your driving
Tell DVLA about a medical condition that could affect your driving
APPLY FOR A LICENCE
Apply for your first provisional driving licence
Identity documents needed for a driving licence application
Track your driving licence application
Apply for your full driving licence
VIEW A LICENCE
View or share your driving licence information
Check someone’s driving licence information
LOST OR STOLEN DRIVING LICENCE
Replace a lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed driving licence
UPDATE YOUR LICENCE
Tell DVLA you’ve changed address: step by step
Change the address on your driving licence
Change the name or gender on your driving licence
Change the photo on your driving licence
RENEW, REAPPLY OR EXCHANGE YOUR LICENCE
Renew your driving licence
Renew your driving licence if you’re 70 or over
Renew your short-term medical driving licence
Exchange your paper driving licence for a photocard licence
Reapply for a driving licence following a medical condition
Reapply for your driving licence if you’ve been disqualified
Exchange a foreign driving licence
Driving in Great Britain on a non-GB licence
Driving licence fees
Order DVLA forms
UPGRADE YOUR LICENCE
Adding higher categories to your driving licence
Upgrade an automatic car driving licence to a manual one
Driving licence fees
Driving a motorhome
Driving a minibus
TOWING A TRAILER
Towing with a car
Tow a trailer with a car: safety checks
Car and trailer driving test
Towing: licence and age requirements
Cars and trailers
GIVE UP YOUR LICENCE
Surrendering your driving licence
TELL DVLA A DRIVER HAS DIED
Telling DVLA after someone dies
CODES, CATEGORIES AND POINTS
Vehicles you can drive
Driving licence categories
Driving a van
Driving a minibus
Driving a motorhome
Driving licence codes
Penalty points (endorsements)
Compare old and new driving licence categories
Vehicle weights explained
CONTACT DVLA

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LEARN TO DRIVE A CAR: STEP BY STEP
UK Driver’s License. Check what you need to do to

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STEP1:Check you’re allowed to drive
Most people can start learning to drive when they’re 17.

Check what age you can drive
Requirements for driving legally
Driving eyesight rules
STEP2:Get a provisional licence
STEP3:Driving lessons and practice
ANDPrepare for your theory test
STEP4:Book and manage your theory test
STEP5:Book and manage your driving test
STEP6:When you pass
APPLY FOR YOUR FIRST UK DRIVER’S LICENCE
Get your first provisional driving licence for a moped, motorbike and car from DVLA online. To apply you must:

be at least 15 years and 9 months old
be able to read a number plate from 20 metres away
This service is also available in Welsh (Cymraeg).

If you already have a provisional licence, you do not need to apply again to drive a car.

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BEFORE YOU START
It costs £34 to apply online. You can pay by MasterCard, Visa, Electron or Delta debit or credit card.

You’ll need to provide:

an identity document unless you have a valid UK biometric passport
addresses where you’ve lived over the last 3 years
your National Insurance number if you know it
You’ll get a confirmation email from DVLA after you’ve applied. You might be asked to take part in research by email, but you can opt out.

Your Uk Driver’s licence should arrive within one week if you apply online. It may take longer if DVLA need to make additional checks.

WHEN YOU CAN DRIVE WITH A UK DRIVER’S LICENCE
There are different rules depending on your age and the type of vehicle. Check what vehicles you can drive and when before you start to learn.

VIEW OR SHARE YOUR UK DRIVING LICENCE INFORMATION
You can use this service to:

view your driving record, for example vehicles you can drive
check your penalty points or disqualifications
create a licence ‘check code’ to share your driving record with someone, for example a car hire company
The check code will be valid for 21 days.

You’ll need:

your UK driving licence number
your National Insurance number
the postcode on your driving licence
TELL DVLA YOU’VE CHANGED ADDRESS: STEP BY STEP
You must update your driving licence, vehicle log book (V5C), Direct Debit for vehicle tax and other details when you move home. You do not need to tell us if you move temporarily (for example you’re living away at university) if we can still contact you at your permanent address.

You can still drive while you wait for your new documents to be sent to you.

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STEP1:Update your driving licence
STEP2:Update your vehicle’s log book (V5C)
STEP3:Update your Direct Debit
STEP4:Update your personalised number plate documents
STEP5:Update your trailer registration certificate
REPLACE A LOST, STOLEN, DAMAGED OR DESTROYED DRIVING LICENCE
Get a replacement provisional or full driving licence online with DVLA if yours gets lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed.

This service is also available in Welsh (Cymraeg).

You will no longer need the paper counterpart of your licence from 8 June 2015.

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Other ways to apply
You should contact the police if your driving licence is stolen.

To replace your licence you’ll need to:

be a resident of Great Britain (there’s a different service in Northern Ireland)
not be disqualified from driving for any reason
pay £20 by MasterCard, Visa, Electron or Delta debit or credit card
provide addresses where you’ve lived for the last 3 years
Provide your driving licence number, National Insurance number and passport number if you know them.

YOUR PHOTO
DVLA will use your passport photo for your new licence if all the following are true:

your driving licence is due to expire within 2 years
you have a valid UK passport – you’ll need to provide your passport number
you give permission for DVLA to use your photo
DVLA will tell you if a suitable electronic photo is not available. They’ll send you a form so you can give them a new photo.

You can make sure the photo on your licence is updated by using the photo driving licence renewal service.

WHAT TO DO IF YOU FIND YOUR OLD LICENCE LATER
You must return your old licence to DVLA explaining what’s happened if you find it after applying for or receiving a replacement.

Send your old driving licence to:

RENEW YOUR DRIVING LICENCE
Renew your driving licence online with DVLA if you have a valid UK passport.

There’s a different way to:

renew your licence if you’re 70 or over
renew a 5-year bus or lorry licence
renew a short-term medical driving licence
This page is also available in Welsh (Cymraeg).

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Other ways to apply
You cannot apply online if your name or title has changed.

You must renew a photocard licence every 10 years – you’ll receive a reminder before your current licence ends.

WHAT YOU NEED
To renew online, you need:

a valid UK passport
to be a resident of Great Britain – there’s a different service in Northern Ireland
to pay £14 by MasterCard, Visa, Electron or Delta debit or credit card (there’s no fee if you’re over 70 or have a medical short period licence)
addresses of where you’ve lived over the last 3 years
your current driving licence (if you do not have your licence you must say why in your application)
your National Insurance number (if you know it)
to not be disqualified from driving
HOW LONG IT TAKES
It may take longer than 3 weeks for you to get your licence because of coronavirus (COVID-19).

You must send your old photocard licence to DVLA when you get your new licence. You’ll be told the address to use when you finish the application.

Your new licence will be valid from the date your application is approved, not from the expiry date of your current licence.

PERSONAL DATA
DVLA will send you a confirmation email once you’ve applied. You might be asked to take part in research by email, but you can opt out.

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