Share Driving Licence Goes Live
To share your licence information you need to provide the check code and last 8 characters of your driving licence number to the person you want to share it with. Your code will be valid for 21 days. You can have up to 15 active check codes at any given time.
Paris, 25 June Following the implementation of the Agreement on the Withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union (EU), known as Brexit, the French and British authorities have reached an agreement on the continued mutual recognition of driving licences, which will come into effect from Monday 28 June
create a licence ‘check code’ to share your driving record with someone, for example a car hire company The check code will be valid for 21 days. You’ll need.
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View or share your driving licence information. You can use this service to view your driving record, for example vehicles you can drive. You can also check your penalty points or disqualifications and create a licence ‘check code’ to share your driving record with someone, such as a car hire company. Codes are valid for 21 days.
This man from Hyderabad is India’s shortest person ever to get a driving licence
Shivpal shared his journey to become India’s shortest man to earn a driving licence. He said a video uploaded by a man from US on internet helped him understand the modifications he required in a car to make it drivable for a person of his height. The changes he made to his car is to lift the seat and other equipment up to his height. Later, Shivpal took help from one of his friends to learn how to drive. Getting a driving licence was also no short of a struggle for Shivpal.
The transport department had certain guidelines for height which stopped him from getting a licence. After appealing to the authorities, Shivpal obtained a learner’s license for three months and then received a permanent license post a driving test with an official sitting beside him.
Shivpal now plans to start a driving school next year for physically handicapped people. He is currently working at a private firm. His journey has been of a struggle which also extended to his travelling too. With no licence, Shivpal could not afford a vehicle of his own. He had to rely on public transport to move around. When I used to go out with my wife, people passed bad comments. That’s when I decided to own a car and ride it," Shivpal said.