An enhanced driver’s licence may not be available at the moment, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still apply.
If you’ve got the right documents you can apply for an enhanced driver licence, even if you’re not a registered driver.
But the process may take a little longer than it usually does.
For example, it’s not compulsory to apply for one of the new types of licence if you’ve already got a valid driving licence.
You’ll need to fill out the usual forms for your new licence, but you’ll also need to give the information to the police if they need it.
You can apply online or by phone if you want to apply, but it may be a little slower.
You might also be able to get an Enhanced Driver’s Licence by phone or in person.
The UK’s Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency says the process is very simple.
You just have to take a photo of your driving licence and the form you apply for will give you your name and address.
A photo of the licence is also required for any applications that require your name.
If your name is already on the list of applicants, you’ll be asked to provide that information in the application.
You will then have to submit the form to the agency, which will confirm the information you’ve provided.
It will then take about 10 minutes to process your application.
If it takes longer, you can try again by calling the agency again, but they won’t be able see any changes.
There are some exceptions.
If the information for the Enhanced Driver Licence was already on your driving record, you might not need to complete the forms for the new licence.
If that’s the case, you could also get an enhanced licence by paying the fee for the old one.
You should also ask your local authority to send you a photocopy of your licence if they’re holding on to an old one or it’s in a drawer somewhere.
For more information, read our guide to getting an enhanced driving licence here.
How to apply and pay an application fee For an enhanced, non-resident driver’s or learner’s licence, you will need to apply to the DVLA.
You do this by filling out an application form, usually called an application for enhanced licence.
This form has a number of things on it, including your name, address and date of birth.
You also need a proof of address and a statement of eligibility.
If they don’t have any information on them, they will only send you the information.
You could get the information from your local authorities or by calling them to find out more.
If all goes well, the DVLE will send you your new driving license.
If things go wrong, you should call your local DVLA to find the information about your new driver’s and learner and give it to them.
They can check whether you need the enhanced licence to apply or if they have already received your documents.
If there are problems with the application process, the licence can be cancelled if the DVL wants.
If this happens, the driver will need your name to show up in their records.
If any of the details on the form are incorrect, they can still ask you to provide information for them to check.
How much does it cost?
The licence is available at a price of £60 for a non-resident licence, and £150 for a resident licence.
There’s also a fee for a licence holder who doesn’t hold a driver’s permit.
You won’t get the licence if there’s no licence on your record, but this will be paid for by the DVLI.
If a licence is cancelled or suspended, you won’t need to pay the licence fee again.
If an application is rejected, you need to provide your current details to the application office.
You don’t need a new driver licence if your licence has already expired.