ID Cards no longer valid for Driving Test identity proof

From 21 January 2011, the DSA examiners will no longer be accepting British ID cards as proof of identity if you have an old style paper provisional licence and are attending for a practical car, HGV or motorcycle test.

This decison follows UK government passing legislation cancelling identity cards for British citizens.

Any learner driver now going for a driving test with the old style paper should take their passport, otherwise their appoitment will not go ahead, and they may lose their fee. Make sure you full read your driving test appointment letter for all conditions affecting you.

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