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driving licence

an official document or certificate authorizing a person to drive a motor vehicle
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The latest figures show that on average across Great Britain, 8 out of 10 people carry their driving licence with them.
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Sindh's driving licence system will also be acceptable globally.
Changes introduced include issuing temporary driving licences to new drivers for a year under a probation scheme.
The Omani driving licence has a strong reputation internationally as the ROP follows strict procedures when issuing the licence to both Omanis and expats," he said.
However, good drivers with clean sheets will get a full 10-year driving licence if they don't exceed six black points during their temporary driving licence period.
Emma Callender, 41, of Patterdale Avenue, Stockton, fined PS220, driving licence endorsed with three points, ordered to pay PS85 costs and PS30 in charges for speeding.
Having your driving licence renewed in the UAE is simple though, as it can be done at any traffic office across the Emirates or at The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) offices in Dubai in less than an hour.
8 per 1,000 will be punishable by a fine of BGN 500 and cancellation of the driving licence for six months.
They were extremely fed up with these delaying tactics of the concerned departments and asked the KPK government to at least issue them driving licence.
A MAN who changed his name to Buzz Lightyear for charity has won a year-long battle with the DVLA to have a driving licence in his new name.
MANY people are still confused or unaware of the implications of the scrapping this week of the paper counterpart of the driving licence this week, it seems.