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If you’re driving in Europe, or even further afield, you should be aware of the specific rules and requirements you’ll need to adhere to before you go. You should also carry your driving license along with a valid DVLA Check Code, your insurance certificate, your V5C logbook document and proof of ID, such as a passport.


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LDA: Local Driving Academy

You must tell DVLA when your address changes so your #driving licence, vehicle registration and vehicle tax are up to date. It doesn’t cost anything to change your #address with #DVLA. A failure to do so, you can be fined up to £1,000 and a six penalty points being imposed on your #licence.

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If you receive a speeding fine or 'notice of intended prosecution for a speeding offence'... UK speeding fines vary according to the seriousness of the alleged offence. The minimum penalty is a £100 fine, and you also get 3 penalty points on your driving licence. Penalties at this lower level are often issued automatically, and you could also be offered the chance to take a speed awareness course instead.

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Top 10 Reasons for Failing UK Driving Test: According to the DSA - the overall pass rate for the UK driving test is just 42%. The first time pass rate is lower still. Before you take you test -- learn from the mistakes of others by finding out the top 10 reasons people fail. If you see something that you fear you're weak on, get some more practice in to ensure you pass first time. Contact us for more driving tips: 01865722148 #FailingUKDrivingTest #drivingtest #drivinglessons…

Top 10 Reasons for Failing UK Driving Test: LDA

Minimum eyesight requirements for the Practical Test: On your Practical Test you will be required to read a number plate with a distance of: 20 metres for vehicles with new-style number plate (starting with two letters followed by two numbers) 20.5 metres for vehicles with old style number plates

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Thinking of learning to drive? You have to pass your theory test before you book your practical test. Get all the ins and outs of when and how you can take to the road.

BBC Advice - Driving - Learning To Drive - BBC Radio 1

Driving Ban & Disqualification: Driving without insurance is a serious offence which can result in an immediate disqualification from driving. A driving ban can often be in the region of 28 days but can also be substantially longer for repeat offences. For first offences, the Court would normally impose between 6 and 8 penalty points, but no ban. There will also be a fine which will vary depending on the circumstances.

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