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Got a photocard driving licence to renew?

We’ll help you sort it, right first time, for just £21.50

How to renew your driving licence

It will cost you a total of £21.50 (including DVLA fees) to renew your driving licence.

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Bring your renewal reminder

And your photocard driving licence (if you have it), along with any items requested by DVLA.

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We’ll take your photo

Capture your signature and even submit a change of address if applicable.

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Pay for it

The DVLA charges £17 to renew your driving licence. We’ll just charge a further £4.50 to take your photo, check your application and send it securely to the DVLA. That’s a total of £21.50.

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Send it

We will send off your application electronically, and you should have your new licence within 3 weeks.

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How to renew if you’re over 70 years old

Once you’re 70 you’ll need to renew your driving
licence every 3 years. The DVLA will automatically send
you a D46P application form 90 days before your
licence expires. But if you haven’t got one, you can also
use a D1 form which you’ll find in selected Post Office branches.

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