Out-of-date photocards give DVLA licence to bill

Holden, Claire
June 2013
Auto Express;6/5/2013, Issue 1271, p20
The article discusses the results of research which found that up to 2.6 million drivers in Great Britain have failed to update their address on their driving licence. The study also found that three percent of married women still have their maiden name on their licence. Two percent of the drivers have admitted that they should have informed the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) of a medical condition such as physical disability or visual impairment.


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