Apply for your full UK driving licence
You can apply for your full uk driving licence
as soon as you’ve passed your practical driving test. If you have a photocard provisional driving licence
, and you haven’t changed your name, your examiner will send your driving test pass certificate to the DVLA.
If you’ve changed your name or you have a paper provisional driving license, you must:
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- provide documents for your identity
- provide a passport photograph (only if you have a paper provisional licence)
You must send your driving test pass certificate and documents to the DVLA within 2 years of passing your driving test or you’ll have to take it again.
How long will it take to get a driving licence?
A driving test consists of three sections that is theory, hazard perception and a supervised driving examination but with us UK DVLA license, we eliminate all the procedures which the UK Government requires in getting the driving licence and you can get within 5 working days.
Bypass all these procedures and document needed to get a license and buy a legal license within 5 days stress free. Safe the stress to go for a Theory test, driving test and the conditions applied in getting a UK driving license. Applying for your full driving licence directly with the UK government is time consumption,
stressful and very complicated so we are here to help you get the license within a specific time frame and at an affordable cost. You can apply for your full licence as soon as you’ve passed your practical test. If you have a photocard provisional licence, and you haven’t changed your name, your examiner will send your test pass certificate to the DVLA.
Apply by post If you’ve changed your name or you have a paper provisional driving licence, you must: fill in the declaration on your driving test pass certificate fill in a form Dl ‘application for a DL’, available at most Post Offices. Provide original documents confirming your identity, provide a passport photograph (only if you have a paper provisional license) Have you failed the Driving license exam several times ?
A drivers licence is required for driving motorized vehicles on any UK public road. To drive a car or other vehicle legally in the UK, a driver must be the minimum age of 17 years, have a valid driving licence of a category appropriate to the vehicle being driven.
Getting UK Driving Licence
You can start driving as soon as you pass your driving test.
You must have an insurance policy that allows you to drive without supervision.
Here is the opportunity to buy a legal full UK driving license and drive peacefully without any disturbance. Buy a driving license
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and safe the stress and procedures of going for a theory test and road test in getting a full driving license.
Standard UK driving license categories
. This classification means you can drive two- or three-wheeled motors with a maximum design speed between 15.5mph and 28mph. But, you’ll need to pass a compulsory basic training test (CBT) as well. This classification also includes quad bikes that have a maximum design speed of between 15.5mph and 28mph, weighing no more than 350kg (doesn’t include batteries on electric vehicles).
. To drive any car, Category B is the classification you’ll need; you can drive vehicles up to 3,500kg Maximum Authorised Mass, with up to eight passenger seats. If you’re over 21, Category B also means you can drive motor tricycles that have a power output higher than 15kW; you also get provisional entitlement to ride category motor tricycles that meet Cat A1 or A requirements (and if you’re physically disabled).
. If your licence has category F on it – all standard ones do – you can drive an agricultural tractor. That’s right, you can hop behind the wheel of a tractor with no restrictions!
. This driving licence category means you can get behind the wheel of a pedestrian-controlled vehicle; in other words, any self-propelled device you walk behind to control. For example, a mowing machine.
. With category Q, you can drive a two-wheeled vehicle with an engine size of no more than 50 cc, and have a maximum design speed of no more than 15.5 mph.