Updating driving licence
This will be an original evidence of identity document which states your gender.If the gender on your evidence of identity document is not the same as the gender you wish to have recorded, you will also need to provide an original statutory declaration (indicating the preferred gender) and how long you have maintained that gender identity.As long as you haven't changed your name, you can still renew your licence at the Post Office.Just bring your photocard driving licence with you.medical certificate required if the licence holder hold one of the categories C, C, D, D1 and for person of 70 years of age and over. copy of the identity card in case of a change in address / surname A full driving licence for ten years is issued, upon renewal, if no penalty points are recorded or if the penalty points imposed were less than 12.With effect from the 19th January, 2013, licences issued for categories C, CE, C1, C1E, D, DE, D1 and D1E shall remain valid for a maximum period of five years.If you legally change your name, you can apply to change it on your driver licence.
Driving licence holders who are authorised to drive public transport vehicles shall produce a medical certificate of physical fitness at the age of fifty, and every five years thereafter until the age of sixty, after which such medical certificate shall be produced annually prior to the renewal of their driving licence (see Renewal of Public Transport Vehicle Licence Categories (D1.
if a driving licence card is ordered on Tuesday at 11am, then this shall be ready by latest Wednesday 11am. In the event of Fridays or eves of a Public/National Holiday then the last order processed would be by 11am otherwise we would not be in a position to guarantee the request can be met on time. the driving licence renewal form, duly filled-in, and signed; b.
Renewal of Driving Licences are subject to licence holders being compliant to the Motor Vehicles (Driving Licenses) Regulations S. one good-quality coloured passport-sized photograph; c. the fee shown on the renewal form, payable by cheque or money order in favour of Transport Malta; d.
We’ll take your photo, make sure your signature meets DVLA standards and check your application. You should receive your new photocard from the DVLA in 3 weeks – though if they have to check your medical or personal details, it may take a bit longer.
When all that’s done, we send it straight to the DVLA. Find out if your local branch can sort out driving licence renewal with our Branch Finder. Bring your renewal reminder and your photocard driving licence (if you have it), along with any other items requested in the reminder letter. We take your picture, make sure your application is correct and take your signature using a digital pad. We charge £4.50 to take your picture, check your application and send it off, while the DVLA charges £17 to renew a driving licence. You're risking having your entitlement to drive withdrawn (you will not be allowed to drive) or a fine of £1,000 if your driving licence contains out of date information – so don’t take any chances when it comes to renewing yours.
About 8 to 12 weeks prior to the expiry of the driving licence, a Driving Licence Renewal Form is mailed together with a self-addressed envelope to enable you to use this when mailing back to Transport Malta.