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Renewing Drivers Licence

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Does anyone know when your renewing your licence do they require your passport? Also, do you need to send in your expired one?

 

Also, provisional licences is the onus on the person sending his/her passport to send a recorded/special delivery letter within the same envelope when sending there passport so the DVLA can send your passport back through that way. I heard the DVLA won't send back your passport if you don't include at least 1st class envelope with a stamp of correct weight and size.

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Whatever the answer to your question Braveheart, make sure you photocopy all parts of your license before you send it away. There are other threads on here about license renewal where the document has been returned without some of the classes you had originally and DVLA are saying 'tough' unless you can prove it and that you must take a test before they will issue for those classes.

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According to this website, www.direct.gov.uk/en/Motoring/DriverLicensing/NeedANewOrUpdatedLicence/DG_4022091

 

It has to be a current valid passport and they send it back by first class post unless you want it sent by special delivery, in which case you need to enclose a pre-paid special delivery envelope.

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I like the way they call them 'Local', there are only three - Glasgow, Nottingham and Wimbledon, or DVLA itself!

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Sorry, according to the direct.gov website, it's only those 3 that deal with foreign licences, they all deal with GB ones.

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Is the OP a foreign driver, that doesn't seem clear?

 

Also, if you are replacing a photo licence you don't have to prove your identity again. In fact, AFAIK you don't even have to provide a new photograph provided you state that your appearance as not changed significantly from that already shown on your current licence.

 

If you are applying for a first photo licence you can tick teh box to ask them to use the photo held by the passport office and not send them a passport or photograph at all.

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No it was me misunderstanding the information on the website.

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Or you can do it all at your local DVLA office and take your passport home with you.

 

Wrong tried it and said regardless you have to send your passport down anyway. If you have a digital uk passport you don't require to send it to swansea only require to fill the code number in. I may consider getting a digital uk passport for my next one same price I think.

 

Is the OP a foreign driver, that doesn't seem clear?

 

Also, if you are replacing a photo licence you don't have to prove your identity again. In fact, AFAIK you don't even have to provide a new photograph provided you state that your appearance as not changed significantly from that already shown on your current licence.

 

If you are applying for a first photo licence you can tick teh box to ask them to use the photo held by the passport office and not send them a passport or photograph at all.

 

First I head of that are you sure?

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First I head of that are you sure?

 

Which bit?

 

 

I think I was wrong on the not sending a photo bit to renew; You have to send a new photo, but you don't need the back of it signing by a "suitable person".

 

Renewing your photo

 

With a renewal application

The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) will send you a renewal application pack two months before your photo is due to expire. You’ll need to:

 

  • complete the enclosed form
  • include a new passport type photo of yourself that’s been taken within the last month - you don’t need the back of the photo signed

You can use your passport office photo when applying for your first photo driving licence.

 

United Kingdom (UK) digital passports

 

If you hold a digital passport (the photograph and signature appear on the same page), DVLA can confirm your identity with the Identity and Passport Service. You don’t have to send your passport to DVLA.

 

 

When applying online you’ll be asked to provide your nine digit passport number allowing DVLA to confirm your identity.

 

The photo for your licence

As DVLA no longer issue paper licences we will need a photo and signature for your licence. If you have a UK digital passport DVLA will try to electronically capture these from the Identity and Passport Service.

If this isn’t possible or you don’t want us to use the photo on your digital passport you will need to send us a photo by post. A completion form will be available at the end of the online application.

 

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The photo for your licence

As DVLA no longer issue paper licences we will need a photo and signature for your licence. If you have a UK digital passport DVLA will try to electronically capture these from the Identity and Passport Service.

If this isn’t possible or you don’t want us to use the photo on your digital passport you will need to send us a photo by post. A completion form will be available at the end of the online application.

 

So I guess this means in future when everyone has a digital passport we won't require to send passport or photo?

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That was the plan. Spooky, isn't it - and that's before you get your ID card...!

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