Get Provisional Driving License

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Why buy provisional driving licence UK online

provisional driving licence UK is the first step to getting your full licence. It allows you to start learning to drive a car or motorcycle. You can apply for a provisional licence from the age of 15 years and 9 months.

The main benefits of having a provisional driving licence are:

1. You can start learning to drive earlier

2. You can practice driving with a qualified instructor

3. You can drive on the roads with a qualified supervisor

4. You can take your driving test as soon as you are ready

5. You can drive a car or motorcycle on the roads without a supervisor

6. You can drive a car or motorcycle on your own once you have passed your driving test

7. You can hire a car or motorcycle from a rental company

8. You can buy your own car or motorcycle

9. You can take your family and friends for a drive

10. You can use your car or motorcycle for work or leisure

Can I apply for my child's provisional driving licence

Applying for a child’s provisional driving licence in the UK is a relatively straightforward process, but there are a few things you need to know before you get started. The most important thing to remember is that your child must be at least 15 years and 9 months old before they can apply for a licence.

The first step is to make sure your child has a valid form of ID. They will need to provide either a passport, birth certificate or other form of ID that proves their name, date of birth and nationality.

Next, you need to fill out the D1 form which you can get from the DVLA website or from a Post Office. The form is pretty straightforward and should only take a few minutes to complete.

Once you have the form, you need to send it off to the DVLA along with the correct fee. The current fee for a child’s provisional licence is £34. You can pay by cheque or credit/debit card.

Once the DVLA has received your form and payment, they will send your child’s licence to them in the post. It should arrive within a few weeks.

Once your child has their licence, they can start taking driving lessons. However, they won’t be able to drive on their own until they turn 17.

If you have any questions about the process of applying for a child’s provisional driving licence, you can contact the DVLA directly.