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If a driver has 6 or more points on their provisional licence then if they get 1 or more points after passing their test within 24 months their licence will be revoked.If they keep a clean record for 24 months after passing their test, the points will remain on their licence until four years after the offence.Photocard driving licences expire after ten years, and you can renew them online (currently £14) or by post (£17).You can also renew at a Post Office, which costs £21.50 (including the cost of the photos, which they take and send to the DVLA).

You’ll find the expiry date in section 4b on the front of the card, and you’ll also be sent a reminder from the DVLA. However, the bit we all forget is to change our personal details.It’s worth checking, because out-of-date details could result in you being landed with a large fine of up to £1,000.According to the DVLA, 2.3 million of us are driving around with incorrect personal information on our licences.Online is quicker and cheaper than with a postal application.Complete a D1 Application for a Provisional Driving Licence available from the Post Office.

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