The retailers, including Photo Me, Jessops and Timpson, have written letters to MPs claiming that Government agencies are redirecting almost a quarter of the revenues made from their networks of photo booths to the Post Office.
You’ll need to complete a D1form – which you can get from the Post Office or by ordering it here.You’ll need to send supporting information such as a marriage certificate, decree absolute or Deed Poll certificate. You’ll also need to send your photocard and counterpart (if before June 8, 2015), or your old-style paper licence.In addition, the retailers' maintain that DVLA is paying the Post Office an extra £4.50 cash "kick-back" on every photo licence processed – a cost that is being passed on to consumers through a more expensive handling fee.Renewing a driving licence using a traditional form and a photo from a booth currently costs £20.You'll be given a user ID code and instructions on how to renew your licence.
The DVLA will send you a D46P application form 90 days before your 70th birthday, and then every three years afterwards. If you haven't got the D46P form, you can use a 'D1 application for a driving licence form', which you can pick up from a Post Office.
can’t use your digital passport photo, or if you don’t want them to use it.
At the end of your online application a form will be posted to you so you can return it with your photo.
How much: Free Medical change: If you’ve suffered a medical problem that could affect your driving, you are required to inform the DVLA.
It will then decide if any changes need to be made to your driving licence.
These range from giving a shorter licence of 1, 2 or 3 years, telling you to adapt your car or even stop driving.