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A UK digital driving licence: What could possibly go wrong?

SImon Hobson Silver badge

Just for balance ...

When my late father died, transferring the car registration into my name was hassle free. As was cancelling his drivers licence. Gold star.

When I wanted details of a car's registered owner (because they'd bumped mine and someone got their number), although slow (especially since I forgot to include a photo of my damage and they returned the application) but they provided it.

In fact, I don't think I've ever actually had a problem with them ... except oh yes, there was that time ...

My old Land Rover is still officially diesel even though it's now petrol - DIY engine change. They won't accept my notification without me going and paying someone to confirm the change, something which on principle I refuse to do. I don't actually care - I've notified them which is all the law requires, and their letters back prove that they have received such a notification.

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