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Drivers ‘unaware’ of ten-year licence rule?

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Company car and van drivers may be unaware of the fact that their photocard driving licence must be renewed every ten years, according to research from a leading fleet software company.

Because the photocard was introduced in 1998, early adopters need to be aware now of this fact – While drivers can legally continue to drive when their photocard has expired, they face a potential charge of failing to renew their licence which can lead to a £1,000 fine.

The DVLA does issue reminders to drivers that their licence will soon need renewing, but you could potentially not receive this if, for example, you have moved house.

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