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Every UK road user must meet certain legal obligations. The most important of these is always informing DVLA of any changes to either yours or your vehicle's details.

Driving Licence

You must have the correct driving licence for the vehicle being driven. It is also a legal requirement that you meet legal minimum age and eyesight requirements.

Learner Driver

Learner drivers must be supervised by a qualified driver. Learner riders are not supervised in the same way but will still have a supervisor with them when they take lessons

Your Vehicle

Before taking any vehicle on a UK road you must ensure that the vehicle is registered with DVLA.

Your vehicle must be taxed and hold a current MOT (if required).

You must also have insurance covering you to drive the vehicle - "third party" insurance is a minimum.

Informing DVLA

If you change your name or address, make any alterations to your vehicle, sell your vehicle, or develop any medical conditions, you must inform DVLA.

Last updated: Friday 29th November 2019

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