Question: Can You Get A Provisional Licence At The Post Office?

Can you apply for a provisional driving Licence at the post office?

It’s possible to apply for your first provisional driving licence online.

You can also apply in person or by post.

Use the DVLA online form ordering service to get the D1 application form.

The D1 form is also available from Post Office branches..

How do I get my provisional Licence?

Before you can start learning to drive or take any of the three driving tests (multiple choice theory test, hazard perception test, and practical test) you need to apply for a provisional driving licence. You can also apply by post by completing a D1 application form, which you can get from most Post Office branches.

What ID can I use if I don’t have a passport?

If you have no photo ID, a copy of your original Birth Certificate or National Insurance Card will be accepted provided it is accompanied by a passport sized photo that is countersigned on the back by someone who can confirm your identity.

Can you take your theory test online?

You can only take the official theory test at registered DVSA Test Centres and you must book your test ahead of time. You can book a test online (at www.direct.gov.uk), and will need to provide your provisional driving licence number and an email address.

Can I drive with my provisional?

Your provisional license gives you the right to drive a vehicle, provided you’re accompanied by someone over 21 who’s had a full licence for at least three years. What it won’t do is insure you to drive on your own.

How much is it for a provisional?

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.

What age can I get a provisional?

Overview. You can apply for a provisional driving licence when you’re 15 years and 9 months old. You can start driving a car when you’re 17. You can drive a car when you are 16 if you get, or have applied for, the enhanced rate of the mobility component of Personal Independence Payment ( PIP ).

Can I take my own photo for driving Licence?

Your photo is protected by the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998 and can only be used for a driver licence or photo card product. If you have concerns about privacy, see the Service NSW privacy policy for how they use your personal details.

Can I drive at 16 with a provisional?

The youngest you can be to apply for a provisional licence is 15 years and nine months, although the rules state that you can only drive a car after you turn 17. … There is another way to be able to drive on the road when you’re 16, and that’s if you qualify for the Government’s Personal Independence Payment (PIP).

What are valid forms of ID in the UK?

Proof of identityCurrent EU/EEA passport, photo driving licence or identity card.All other current signed passports, with a valid UK Visa where applicable.HMRC Tax Notification.Young Scots Card.Biometric Residence Permit.Blue disabled drivers pass.Benefits entitlement letter.UK Armed Forces ID Card.More items…

Can I get a DVLA d1 form from the Post Office?

Other ways to apply If you need a paper copy of a form and cannot print it yourself, you can get most forms from a Post Office that offers DVLA services. Check whether your local Post Office stocks the form before you visit.

How much is it to get a new provisional?

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.

Can birth certificate be used as ID?

Unfortunately a birth certificate is only considered a valid form of proof of citizenship and not identity, as this document is issued without a photo. … This is considered a secondary form of ID, so you may need to provide additional forms of ID if you are traveling.

Who can sign my provisional photo?

Your countersignatory must: have known you (or the adult who signed the form if the passport is for a child under 16) for at least 2 years. be able to identify you, for example they’re a friend, neighbour or colleague (not just someone who knows you professionally)

Can I use an expired passport to get a provisional?

There is no reason why they will accept an expired passport as valid ID. As it’s expired it probably won’t be accepted.

Can you get a provisional Licence without a national insurance number?

When you come to apply for a provisional licence, you’ll need to have some documents to hand: A valid UK biometric passport (or, if you don’t have one, an identity document) The addresses where you’ve lived for the last 3 years. Your National Insurance number if you have it.

How long does a provisional Licence last for?

10 yearsTechnically, your provisional licence does not expire until your 70th birthday. However, you’ll have to renew your provisional licence photocard every 10 years, just to ensure that the photo still looks like you. When you pass your test the test centre will apply to the DVLA for your full licence.

Can I print a d1 form online?

Make use of the Sign Tool to add and create your electronic signature to certify the D1 dvla form. Press Done after you finish the blank. Now you can print, save, or share the form.

Can you print DVLA forms?

Yes – but DVLA forms download options are limited to those applications which do not require a window for your photograph to be supplied. This means that application guides for certain forms, along with DVLA forms v62, V317 and V890, are available to download and print.

What can be used as two forms of ID?

For badging purposes—Two forms of identification (such as a state driver’s license, state identification card, U.S. Passport, military ID card, birth certificate, or Social Security card).

What ID can I use for provisional Licence?

When submitting your provisional licence application, you’ll need to inform the DVLA of the following: all addresses you’ve lived at over the last three years. a colour passport-style photo. a valid form of ID such as a current passport, a biometric residence permit, or a UK certificate of naturalisation.