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who can i get to sign my provisonal liscense Watch

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    im not in education so cant ask a teacher. and i dont really know any one who i could ask.

    the only id i have is passport, which i do use, but im going to university and dont reallywanna be taking out my passport every night
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    Absolutely anyone who's known you for three years and isn't related. Your next door neighbour, or someone.
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    Why do you need someone to sign it?
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    Doctor, Priest, local businessman (shop keeper or someone), Driving Instructor, Boss at work, Family Friend who is a professional
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    hold on are you applying for your provisional licence?
    Well if you have one of those new passports can't you just apply online without it being signed?
    My mate did that when she was getting hers.
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    my moms m8.
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    (Original post by jessyfantastic90)
    hold on are you applying for your provisional licence?
    Well if you have one of those new passports can't you just apply online without it being signed?
    That's just what I was thinking. Whether you send your passport or not, if the DVLA check details with the passport office, you don't need your photo endorsed; this is only for people who send in other non-photo ID, such as birth certificate etc.

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    Absolutely anyone who's known you for three years and isn't related. Your next door neighbour, or someone.
    It's two years, not three.. and you can't just have anyone; it has to be a suitable reliable person of good standing.

    Suitable people include:
    A local business person or shopkeeper
    A librarian
    A professionally qualified person, e.g. lawyer, teacher, engineer
    A police officer
    A bank or building society officer
    A civil servant
    A minister of religion
    A magistrate
    A local councillor, MP, AM, MSP or MEP.

    Whoever endorses your likeness must live in the UK and have a permanent address where they can be contacted. They must not be a relative or live at the same address, nor can they be a member of the Post Office staff who processes your application if you use the checking service there.
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    If a shopkeeper or teacher signs my photo and fills his/her details in the form does it need to be the shop \school address Or there home address and do they need to hold there own license
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    (Original post by Brad123456789)
    If a shopkeeper or teacher signs my photo and fills his/her details in the form does it need to be the shop \school address Or there home address and do they need to hold there own license
    Start your own thread; this is 8 years old
 
 
 
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