Updating address on driving licence
Interested parties – such as employers and holiday hire car firms – will want to see the paper counterpart to check your driving history or entitlements, so to prepare for the abolition of the paper counterpart, the DVLA is developing a new online service to reveal real-time driving data to parties who have a genuine reason to see it.The information will only be provided with the knowledge of the licence holder.With a fine of: https:// after all the fees are added.Photocard licences are valid for 10 years unless otherwise stated on the document.You will receive a reminder to renew your photo before your current one expires.
In fact, many motorists will find the change helpful by cutting the amount of documents they need to carry while travelling both in the UK and abroad.However, those in Northern Ireland will not be included in the scheme. The changes take have been postponed from from the original start date of January 1, 2015 and will now come into effect on June 8, 2015. Luckily, this does not require any direct action from you – providing your licence details are all up to date and correct. When they run out you will get a new photocard, though, but until then there is no need to change.I have an old-style pink or green paper licence – going? Keeping the old-style version will save you cash because you won’t have to update your photo every 10 years.While most of this info is also available on the photocard, the DVLA has launched the online ‘View Driving Record’ service, which lets you view all the information you need by entering your driving licence number, national insurance number and postcode.View Driving Record: See your details here What about employers or car hire firms who need to see this information, too?