Apply for provisional driving licence 2019 for a car from Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency (DVLA) online. To apply for your first provisional driving licence online you must be at least 15 years and 9 months old and must be able to read a number plate from 20 meters away.
By law you must use contact lenses or wear glasses every time you drive if you need to meet the standards of vision for driving.
You must tell DVLA as soon as possible if you’ve got any problem with your eyesight because that may affects your eyes.
Cost & Documents Required to Apply for Provisional Driving Licence
It cost you £34 when you apply for provisional driving licence online.
An identity document unless you hold a valid UK biometric passport.
Present address where you live. Previous addresses if you lived at the present address less than 3 years.
National insurance number if you have one.
After you have applied online, you will get confirmation email from DVLA.
Apply by Post
It costs £43 if you apply by post. Don’t send cash. Make cheque or postal payable to DVLA.
To apply for provisional driving licence by post, fill out form D1 available from DVLA form ordering service and selected post office branches.
You need an identity document unless you hold a UK biometric passport.
Passport style colour photograph.
Send original documents to the right DVLA address.
You normally receive your provisional driving licence within 3 weeks. Contact DVLA if you don’t receive it by then.