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The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) have confirmed the date the paper counterpart of Britain’s driving licenses will be abolished. Though originally set for the early part of 2015, drivers will no longer require a paper licence from June 8th, 2015. It means that all licence holders, including those with private plates, will only require their plastic photo licence from summer 2015 onwards as the driving authority becomes increasingly digitised.

Originally, the DVLA were to cancel the paper counterpart of the UK driver li

The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) has spoken out and said that paper driving licence counterparts will be abolished in 2015 as the system becomes ever more digitised. It means that drivers, regardless of whether they have a DVLA reg or private number plates, will no longer need the paper part of their licence.

The DVLA has been making strong moves towards a completely digital system, with the tax disc reforms already resulting in paper discs no longer needed in people’s cars. Now, from 2015, all that will be required o

It’s been revealed that the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) have made almost £22m by selling motorist details to private parking enforcement agencies. The sum has been made over the past four and a half years as the number of private car parks has increased, meaning that many drivers have had to face expensive penalties for outstaying their welcome. As a result, a lot of drivers, regardless of whether they have DVLA registrations or private number plates, face increasing pressure from private firms trying to collect fines.

The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) has issued a warning to anyone conducting their affairs online, after it was revealed that individuals are being emailed fraudulent requests to verify license details. For both those with a DVLA reg and personalised number plates, it’s essential not to be fooled by the email as it could give fraudsters the chance to hack into bank accounts and steal personal identities.

Online fraud is a common threat in modern life, and many people are aware of obvious emails that request personal de

Across the UK, many drivers are still coming to terms with the fact that paper tax discs have now been eliminated, with the entire system moving online. It means for passionate motorists keen to have a sleek and chic car, such as those with personalised number plates, tax discs can be removed from the windshield. Now, people have been reminded that, as of January 2015, paper licenses will also cease to exist.

Though they’ve been in use since 1903 in the UK, with the modern era and the digital world it’s brought, paper licenses are

With October having arrived, it can only mean one thing in the motorists’ world; the end of the traditional paper tax disc. However, matters haven’t run smoothly, with the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) saying they’re swamped with the high levels of enquiries.

From October 1st, the paper tax disc, a standard feature in cars that’s been around for over nine decades, is no longer required. Instead, all records have become digital, with automatic number plate readers able to feed into databases and indentify cars and ot

After 93 years, the traditional, and now iconic, paper tax disc is coming to an end. From October 1st, drivers will no longer have to display their tax on the windshield because the entire system is becoming digital. And, whilst those with personalised number plates might be happy to get rid of the dashboard clutter, it seems the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) and RAC have clashed over who will police the changes.

From next month, a new electronic system will replace paper tax discs; however, not everyone is keen, and t

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