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rsvp | 21:56 Wed 27th Feb 2013 | Motoring
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I'm a lady of 'a certain age' - I have a new type driving licence which I understand is only valid for 10 years (I found this out from a friend, checked on my licence but can't see anywhere where it tells me this ) - now there is a little arrow pointing down in the bottom left hand corner with Dec 15 showing if I flick the card around a bit. Is this it? the time I need to renew it? and if so how do I know what date I need to do this or will the DVLA notify me? Seems a little tenuous to me, I really did read through my driving licence and couldn't find anywhere to tell me how long the licence ran for. Long sigh......I really must be getting old.

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Well it seems to depend on who you ask.

I quote this from the website link I give below.

"According to a DVLA spokesman, qualified drivers are still entitled to drive a vehicle if their licence has expired, but what they must be aware of is that they could be charged with the offence of failing to renew their licence. If the matter went to court, then the motorist could end up with a £1,000 fine."

http://www.yourdrivinglicence.co.uk/renewing-your-photo-driving-licence-every-10-years.html
thank you for the answers about my paper licence

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