IF you’ve just moved house or got married you could be unwittingly breaking the law – and at risk of being slapped with a £1,000 fine. Millions of drivers are running the risk of the hefty penalty from police for having outdated details on their driving licences. Here’s how to avoid the fine… How do I update my driving licence? In order to keep your driving licence, vehicle log book and tax up-to-date, you must register any changes of address to the DVLA. This not only includes permanent addresses, but also if you’re moving temporarily to university. Likewise, if you get married or you take another name, it is important you let the DVLA know, in order to avoid a hefty fine. You can do so by filling out a short online application form. It doesn’t cost anything to amend your address. Can the DVLA fine me if I don’t update my address? And the penalty may be enforced if it’s flagged up when you’re stopped by traffic cops, hire a car or commit a driving offence abroad. Previous estimates by Direct Line suggest as many as seven per cent of licences have incorrect information including wrong addresses on them, while… Read full this story
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