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Checking Driving Licences

June 5, 20151 Comment

Checking your pupils’ driving licences

The counterpart driving licence is being abolished on 8th June 2015.  We are required to ensure all drivers of our cars hold a licence to do so.  It was easy to check the paper counterpart for any endorsements or temporary bans but now this has to be done online or over the phone with the DVLA.  In this blog Blaine talks you through 4 options for checking a pupil’s licence.

He has put together the information in this blog for PDIs and ADIs to view, download and use.  Please see below.

Instructor Checking Download

He has also put together some information for your new pupils.  You can have a look by clicking on the link below

Pupil Checking Download

The information provided for the pupil is not branded and you are very welcome to email or text the above link to new pupils and below is the embed code if you would like to put this information on your own website.  To use this embed code please copy and paste it

<script async src=”//cdn.embedly.com/widgets/platform.js” charset=”UTF-8″></script>

We hope you find this information useful.

Blaine Walsh and Driving-instructor.tv take no responsibility for errors in these documents as the information provided has come from personal research and information provided by the DVLA.

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Blaine Walsh is the owner of www.driving-instructor.tv, has been a driving instructor trainer for 15 years and a driving instructor for over 20 years. When he first qualified Blaine admits his was not a very good instructor, became disillusioned, was not retaining pupils and not making any money, so he quit full time teaching. After spending time self-reflecting, he had a light bulb moment and realised that he needed to put more explanation, effort and enthusiasm into teaching learners. Since then he has not looked back and is now regarded as one of the top trainers in the country.
  • http://www.bigtom.org.uk Tom Ingram

    Fab blog – really, really clear. Thank you v much for taking the time and trouble to provide that info…. much appreciated…. tom

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