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If you can, it is best to apply online. The DVLA call centre is only responding to enquiries from key workers, so is not open to the general public, and is experiencing a high call volume. People aged over 70 still need to review their licence every three years, and your GP may still need to assess your fitness to drive if you have certain medical conditions as detailed below. Once you reach the age of 70, your licence expires, but this doesn't automatically mean you have to stop driving. You just need to renew your driving licence if you want to continue. You'll need to renew it every 3 years after that.

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If you can, it is best to apply online. The DVLA call centre is only responding to enquiries from key workers, so is not open to the general public, and is experiencing a high call volume. People aged over 70 still need to review their licence every three years, and your GP may still need to assess your fitness to drive if you have certain medical conditions as detailed below.

Once you reach the age of 70, your licence expires, but this doesn't automatically mean you have to stop driving. You just need to renew your driving licence if you want to continue. You'll need to renew it every 3 years after that. Renewal is free of charge. If your licence expires and you don't apply for a new one, you won't legally be allowed to drive. Renew online. You can drive while your licence is being renewed but only if you meet certain conditions. These include:.

To find out more about continuing to drive while your application is pending read the guidance on the GOV. UK website. If you've developed a medical condition or disability that could affect your driving, you must tell the DVLA, even if you're not yet due to renew your licence. This also applies if your condition has worsened since your licence was issued. It's a legal obligation for you to declare certain conditions to the DVLA. If you have an accident you haven't declared a health condition, your insurance might not cover you.

Other health conditions may need to be declared, depending on what kind of licence you have and how the condition affects you. See full list. Or you may need some help to adjust or make adaptations to your car. Sometimes the DVLA will issue you with a driving licence for 1, 2 or 3 years and then review things again in the future. The DVLA can also give you a licence that shows you need to fit special controls to your vehicle to help you to drive with your disability.

If you have a condition which you need to declare to the DVLA, you also need to declare this to your insurer. You may find that your premiums go up or that you need to seek a specialist provider. Or you may not have a medical condition, but have decided yourself that you could benefit from an assessment.

You can either get assessed through a local driver assessment scheme or through a mobility centre. Many local councils, as well as the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents and the Institute of Advanced Motorists, offer driver assessment schemes. If your medical condition or disability makes it more difficult to drive, then a mobility centre can advise you on the best options for your particular circumstances.

It can be quicker to refer yourself but you will have to pay — the cost varies depending on the centre. Mobility centres have trained staff who can assess how your condition or disability affects your driving and look at what can help you to continue driving. The driving ability assessment will include:. If the assessment shows that your medical condition makes it unsafe for you to drive, the DVLA can tell you to stop driving until your condition improves. The DVLA will provide you with a medical explanation and, if possible, state when you should reapply.

Talk to your GP before reapplying for your licence so you can prove your condition has improved. If you or your passenger has severe mobility problems, the Blue Badge scheme lets you park nearer your destination than you might otherwise be able to.

It gives you exemption from some parking restrictions and access to designated parking spaces. Blue Badge holders are exempt from certain parking restrictions, including being allowed to park:. The scheme does not apply in certain boroughs in London, which offer their own parking concessions.

For more information see our page on How to apply for a Blue Badge. You can apply direct to your local authority, or online via the GOV. Apply online. You may feel worried about the costs of giving up driving and having to pay for public transport but if you add up the amount you spend on car tax, insurance, fuel and maintenance, you may find that using alternatives work out to be less expensive than running a car.

Most people find adjusting to life without a car is difficult at first. Back to top. We use cookies to give you the best experience. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our policy. Read more about how we use cookies and find out how you can change your browser's cookie settings.

Driving after How do I renew my driving licence after 70? Does my health condition mean I have to stop driving? How do I get my driving ability reassessed? How to get a Blue Badge for disabled parking How can I adjust to life without driving?

What shall I do next? How do I renew my driving licence after 70 during the coronavirus outbreak? If you have a photocard licence To renew, fill in the form and return it to the DVLA with your current driving licence photocard. You may also need to include a new passport-type photo — the form will tell you if you need to do this.

If you apply by post it can take up to three weeks. If you have a paper licence To renew, fill in the form and enclose an up-to-date passport-type photo. Renew online You can also renew your licence using the GOV. You'll have to register and you'll be given step-by-step instructions on how to renew:. Renew your driving licence You can renew your licence online by visiting GOV.

Find out more To find out more about continuing to drive while your application is pending read the guidance on the GOV. Many people worry that they'll be forced to stop driving, but this isn't necessarily the case.

See the full list of medical conditions and disabilities you must declare on the DVLA website. What happens next? Declaring a health condition to your insurer If you have a condition which you need to declare to the DVLA, you also need to declare this to your insurer. Local driver assessment schemes Many local councils, as well as the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents and the Institute of Advanced Motorists, offer driver assessment schemes. Search for a driver assessment scheme near you on the Older Drivers website.

Mobility centre driving assessments If your medical condition or disability makes it more difficult to drive, then a mobility centre can advise you on the best options for your particular circumstances. How do I get an assessment with a mobility centre?

What does the mobility centre assessment involve? How to get a Blue Badge for disabled parking. Blue Badge holders are exempt from certain parking restrictions, including being allowed to park: free of charge at on-street parking meters and in Pay and Display bays on single or double yellow lines for up to 3 hours, except where there is a ban on loading or unloading.

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Renew your driving licence if you're 70 or over

Licences expire when you reach 70 so you will need to renew a driving licence at age 70 or older. Apply online using your Government Gateway ID to log into your account. You will get an ID during the application process if you need to register or re-register. Note : There is also a Welsh language version Cymraeg explaining how to renew a driving licence at You can renew your driving licence if you're 70 or over using the driver licensing online service.

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Driving licences expire at 70 years of age, so when you reach 70, you need to renew your driving licence if you wish to continue driving. You then need to renew it every three years afterwards. The DVLA or the DVA in Northern Ireland will send you a reminder and an application form to renew your licence as your 70th birthday approaches and then every three years afterwards when your licence is due for renewal. If you do not renew your licence, you will not legally be allowed to drive after your 70th birthday.

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