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Order application packs that contain all the forms and information.
We do not send application packs to a non-uk address.
Use our online services
This is the quickest, easiest and often cheapest way to deal with us. Find out more about these services and more at the driving and transport pages on GOV.UK. Alternatively, you can download and print forms using the links below.
You can collect a V62, D1, or D2 form from most Post Offices
You can use our online services to:
- apply for your first provisional licence
- renew your driving licence if you're 70 or over
- renew your driving licence
- change the photo on your driving licence
- replace your lost, damaged or destroyed driving licence
- change the address on your driving licence
- exchange your paper driving licence for a photocard licence
If you are renewing your photocard driving licence with a new photo, and you are unable to use our online services, you can do this quickly and easily at participating Post Office branches. Check if you are eligible to use this service. By using this service, you can expect your driving licence to be issued within 5 days
Digital Tachograph Card
You can apply online for your first driver digital tachograph card, renew a card (if its expiring within 90 days) or replace a lost or stolen card. Alternatively, you can apply by post using an application for a driver digital tachograph smart card (D777B).
Private (personalised) number plates
You can apply to transfer or retain a private registration number online or you can keep a registration number or put a registration number on another vehicle online. You can also do this by post using form V317 to transfer or retain a vehicle registration number.
If you are registering a previously used vehicle, including used imports for the first time in the UK you will need to apply for a first vehicle tax and registration of a used motor vehicle (V55/5). Follow the instructions in form V355/5 on how to fill in form V55/5 to register a used vehicle for the first time.
If you are registering a new vehicle, including new imports for the first time in the UK you will need to apply for first vehicle tax and registration of a new motor vehicle (V55/4). Follow the instructions in form V355/4 on how to fill in form V55/4 for first vehicle tax and registration of a new vehicle.
To get a V5C registration certificate (log book)
You can get a duplicate log book online if you do not need to change anything on the log book. If you need to make changes or you’re not registered as the vehicle’s keeper, you must apply for a vehicle registration certificate by post (form V62).
To register your vehicle off the road – a Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN)
If you’re registered as the vehicle’s keeper you can make a SORN online or phone 0300 123 4321. If you’re not the vehicle keeper you must fill in and post a V890 form to make a Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN). If you have not already applied to be the registered keeper, you must also apply for a vehicle registration certificate (form V62).
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D1 and D2 forms
You can order the D1 form (in English) and D1W (in Welsh) application pack for a car, moped or motorcycle driving licence. You can also order the application pack for a lorry, minibus or bus driving licence - the D2 form.