driver's licence

NOUN
  1. a license authorizing the bearer to drive a motor vehicle
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How To Use driver's licence In A Sentence

  • You'd throw the card away and turn the driver's licence in to lost and found. THE SERPENT'S MARK
  • Constable Lesage asked Mr. Spiering to produce his ownership and insurance certificates and his driver's licence.
  • Learning it should be compulsory for a driver's licence.
  • Above that, a leather-bound slim-style Filofax pocket book where I keep stuff like my driver's licence, insurance documents, and plastic cards that won't fit in my wallet.
  • Last week, the government revealed its plans to double the fine for driving while using a mobile to £60 and impose three penalty points on the driver's licence.
  • Driver's licences, roadworthiness, vehicle ownership and blood-alcohol levels will also be checked. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • He also has a full clean driver's licence with no endorsements.
  • All you need to get most amenities connected is a name, an address, a date of birth and a driver's licence number.
  • A girl in a rather severe suit wanted to see his driver's licence as proof of identity.
  • When, like hundreds of thousands of other motorists, I had to reapply for a driver's licence five years ago, we were assured that the new plastic-card system would prevent fraud.
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