Paper counterpart

Driving licence change from June 8. What you need to know

Driving licence change

From June 8 counterpart driving licence will no longer be valid (Picture © DVLA)

The biggest driving licence change in nearly two decades is about to come into force. The DVLA is to abolish the paper counterpart to the driving licence so that from Monday June 8, drivers will only need the photocard part of their licence. All information covering endorsements and the sorts of vehicle the holder can drive are to be held online. The DVLA is advising drivers with photocard licences to destroy their paper counterpart. Here’s all you need to know about the changes.  Continue reading