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DVLA UK Driving Licence Photocard Explained

UK Driving Licence

Plastic Part 1 UK Drivers licence or Permit

The DVLA Drivers Licence is issued for 10 years only

Part One - The Plastic Photocard UK Driving Licence, which carries the photograph of the driver and basic details on the front numbered 1-9.
  1. Surname
  2. Other Names
  3. Date and Place of Birth
  4. a. Licence Valid from - 4. b. Licence Valid to - 4. c. Issuing Authority
  5. licence Number
  6. Photograph
  7. Signature
  8. Address
  9. Category - Listed on the right hand side of this page

The rear of the card carries more detail, in both diagrammatic and written form, of entitlement and expiry of each category shown as number 9 on both sides.

  1. Categories - Listed on the right hand side of this page
  2. Date From
  3. Date To
  4. Information Codes - 1-122 Click Here

Back UK drivers Licence

Before allowing anybody to drive a vehicle on behalf of the Company, irrespective of the ownership of the vehicle, the Company should have a method of checking and recording that Drivers are legally able to drive the vehicle(s) allotted or owned by them. Don't forget to check Dates & Towing Weight!

VDOC - Golden Rule

If a Driver refuses to produce their UK Driving Licence (either part) or is not prepared to all checks to be made at Swansea on no account should they be allowed to drive a Company vehicle or their own vehicle on behalf of the Company.

Once all checks have been carried out then the UK Drivers licence, details should be entered on an authorised vehicle driver list, preferably with copies of both parts of the licence kept on file.

Homepage from UK Driving Licence

Driving licence Paper Part 2 Click Here

Don't forget to check Professional Drivers - CPC (Certificate of Professional competence)

NB. As VDOC Manager don't neglect your procedures and checks as you could lay yourself, your Directors and Company open to a charge of neglect of duty of care which is an offence!

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