driving licence

  1. a license authorizing the bearer to drive a motor vehicle
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  • Have you got any ID? A driving licence or cheque card will do.
  • An £80 fine was imposed, with endorsement of defendant's driving licence and a three months driving disqualification.
  • He also admitted riding without a driving licence and insurance, and had previous convictions for drink-driving.
  • I'm pleased to say that I'm now the proud possessor of a driving licence!
  • In addition, remember to have handy in the glove box your driving licence, GB sticker, and the vehicle's registration document and MOT certificate.
  • My driving licence expires in March.
  • The proportion of women with driving licences has doubled since then and now accounts for 45 per cent of licence holders. Times, Sunday Times
  • One variant of the scheme would see the card combined with the new-style photographic driving licence, thus minimising the amount of plastic needing to be carried in the typical wallet.
  • You should make a note of it and always quote it in any application or enquiries about your driving licence.
  • Plus you're asked when you apply for or renew your driving licence and when you pay your road tax. The Sun
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