Updating drivers licence

Please see the table below for details as to how this works.

A Novice Driver Type 2 is a person who has held a driver's licence for more than one (1) year but less than two (2) years.

We have a database of valid addresses that is provided by Australia Post.

It is based on their delivery address database and is updated every 3 months. If your address isn’t in the database, you won’t be able to update your address online.

Replacement License - (Lost License) Stolen License - no fee if a police report is provided - with no police report.

Renew by Mail If you are eligible to renew by mail, you will receive in the mail approximately 45 days before your birthday a renewal application.

Address Change Online -- The easiest way to update your address is online.

Address Change by Mail Or you can print the Address Change Form and mail it to the address below Bureau or Records P. Box 5775 Tallahassee, FL 32314-5775 Include a check or money order for made payable to: Division of Drivers Licenses If you are in Florida, you must go to your local driver license office and apply for a duplicate driver license.

The Graduated Demerit point system aims to reduce the crash risk of Novice drivers by limiting their driving to safer, lower risk conditions, progressively lifting these restrictions as they move through successive stages of driving and develop more experience.If your address doesn’t match any of the addresses in the database, it might be automatically corrected.You should use the address shown on an official bill such as your rates, electricity or phone bill.Expired Licnese If you renew your drivers license after the expiration date (your license is expired) then you are required to pay a deliquent fee of .Licenses that have been Expired for over 1 Year cannot be renewed Online or by Mail. You will have to take a vision test and if the examiner feels you need re-testing you will need to re-take a written and/or driving test.Up until the end of the first year of holding a provisional licence a person will only be able to have three (3) demerit points recorded against them.If four (4) or more demerit points are recorded against a person, they will be disqualified for at least three months and any driver's licence held will be cancelled.For the purposes of the Graduated Demerit Point system, a person is a Novice Driver until they have held a driver's licence for at least two (2) years or periods adding up to two (2) years.This may include: A person is a Novice Driver Type 1 from the time they are first issued with a learner's permit, and then once they are granted a provisional driver's licence, they will continue to be a novice driver type 1 for a period of at least one year or periods adding up to one year.More than 2.6million motorists have failed to update their driving licence with their current address and run the risk of a £1,000 fine if they are stopped by the police, according to research by Direct Line Car Insurance.The Direct Line research also found that three per cent of married women still have their maiden name on their driving licence while two per cent of motorists admit they should have informed the DVLA about a notifiable medical condition, such as physical disability or visual impairment, since their current licence was issued.