Do i need paper driving licence in france
Readerswho only have the paper counterpart of the licence ask what they need to dowhen the changes are enforced. I read your article regarding the removal of the paper tax disk. The changes affect driving licences in England, Scotland and Wales. There are different rules in Northern Ireland, where the paper counterpart is still needed. Change the address on your licenceYou should change the address on your driving licence when you move.
What to do with your paper counterpartThe paper counterpart to a driving licence has had no legal status since 8 June 2015. You should destroy yours if you have one, but keep your photocard driving licence. If you have a paper driving licencePaper driving licences issued before 1998 are still valid. Driving in EuropeYou can use your Great Britain ( GB) or Northern Ireland driving licence in all EU or European Economic Area ( EEA) countries, and Switzerland.
There has been no change to the rights and status of EU nationals in the UK, and UK nationals in the EU, as a result of the referendum.For rules in other European countries check with a motoring organisation like the AA or the RAC. Will scrapping the paper counterpart of the driving licence really cause chaos at car hire desks this summer. The TripAdvisor web site may not display properly. Upgrading your browser will ensure the best possible experience on our web site: Windows: Internet Explorer,Mozilla Firefox,Google Chrome.Mac: Safari.