Updating address on provisional driving license
With regards to the fee, there may be a modest £5-£10 fee, but that is better than having to forfeit your Theory test fee of £30 by not telling them your new address.
How do I know this, because I've been through a theory test and sat two driving tests, passed second time.
Holding an out-of-date or otherwise invalid licence does not remove your entitlement to drive but further action, including the possibility of a fine, can come about if you need to show your licence to a policeman, hire a car or commit a driving offence abroad.
You can change your driving licence address online -although you’ll need a Government Gateway ID, an account which you can use to log-in to a range of online government services that need authorisation.
Do I need to get that one updated in order to be allowed to sit the test?
Also I lost the paper part which needs to go with the...
There’s no fee if you’re over 70 or have a medical short period licence.
You can’t register your new address on your British driving licence.
Contact the driving licence authority in your new country of residence.
Or, you can hand in your application at any one of the following seven MOT test centres that have a checking service: Remember - you can only notify DVA of a Northern Ireland address changes.
An address outside Northern Ireland cannot be applied to a Northern Ireland driving licence.
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Do I need to get that one updated in order to be allowed to sit the test? 1, yes, you will need to contact the DVLA and inform them of your address change, if you don't when you come to take your theory test, they ask you to confirm your address is correct, if it is not then you are not allowed to sit the theory test and will lose the £30 fee you paid.