What is a UK Fake driving licence?
A driving licence enables you to drive legally on UK roads, as well as while you’re on holiday in other countries. It takes the form of a photocard, handy for keeping in your wallet. There was previously a paper counterpart but this has now been phased out. If you previously had a paper version and are applying for an update, you’ll only get a photocard back.
Although you don’t have to carry your driving licence with you at all times – as you do in several European countries – it’s a good idea to keep it handy because it’s an easy form of identification in case you need it. If you’re stopped by the police and don’t have it to hand, you’ll usually be asked to take it to a police station within seven days.
The UK left the EU on 31 January 2020, starting an 11-month transition period which terminated on 31 December 2020 in accordance with the Brexit withdrawal agreement. EU law continued to apply to the UK during the transition period, and hence UK driving licences were valid in the EEA and vice versa until 31 December 2020. UK licence holders living in the EU were advised to exchange their UK driving licence for a local one before the transition period ended. The EU flag was removed from UK driving licences when the transition period ended.
From 1 January 2021, with some exceptions, UK licence holders can use their driving licence when visiting EEA countries. International Driving Permits might be needed in some cases, and depending on which convention the country in question has ratified, a 1949 Geneva Convention on Road Traffic IDP might be required in some countries, and a 1968 Vienna Convention on Road Traffic IDP in others. However, none of the EEA countries currently require IDPs for visitors staying shorter than 12 months. EEA countries are no longer obligated to recognise or exchange UK licences if the holder moves to an EEA country, except if the UK has agreed a bilateral agreement with the country.
European driving licences are recognised by the UK if the driving test was passed in an EU/EEA country, and can be used both if the holder is visiting or residing in the country. They can also be exchanged for a UK (both GB and NI) licence
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Can you drive in the UK on a foreign licence?
If you have a non-UK driving license, you can still drive in the UK for at least a year. After this point, non-European Union or non-European Economic Area residents will have to take a UK driving test. EU and EEA licence holders are fine until the age of 70 before needing a UK licence. Rules are slightly different for those from certain Commonwealth countries and those who also drive on the same side of the road – generally the limit is five years.
However, if you’re intending to drive a lorry or a bus, things are a little different. If you’re visiting the UK from outside the EU or EEA, you’re only allowed to drive such a vehicle if you brought it into the country.
What are driving licence categories?
There’s a surprising number of driving licence categories. We’ve listed them together with a brief description of each and the required age limit. If you already have a UK photocard licence, you can look on the back to see the different categories you’re allowed to drive.
|AM||16||Mopeds and Quadricycles up to 45mph|
|A1||17||Mopeds up to 125cc and 11kW (14.75hp)|
|A2||19||Motorbikes up to 35kW (46.9hp)|
|B||17*||Any car (automatic-only licences are also available)|
|B (minibus)||21||Minibuses – only valid in UK and not for hire or profit|
|C1||18||Medium sized vehicles (e.g. large vans)|
|C||21||Large sized vehicles (e.g. non-articulated lorries)|
|C+E||21||Large sized vehicles with a trailer (e.g. articulated lorries)|
|F||17/18/21||Tractors (dependant on width)|
|H||21||Tracked vehicles (e.g. tanks)|
|K||16||Mowing machines or other pedestrian-controlled vehicle|
*those on higher disability allowance rate can drive at 16
Several of the above categories are also available with a separate ‘+E’ license, meaning you can also tow a trailer weighing more than 750kg. There are also different age limitations for those in the armed forces – generally the age limit is 17.