1. 1Are you:

    a resident of Great Britain?

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  2. 2What kind of driving licence do you have?

    Full car and/or motorcycle

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  3. 3Where did you pass your test?

    European Union or European Economic Area

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You can drive in Great Britain on your full, valid driving licence

If you were younger than 67 when you became a resident, you can drive on your EU licence until you’re 70.

If you were 67 or older when you became a resident, you can drive on your EU licence for 3 years after that point.

You can exchange your EU licence for a GB licence when you can’t drive on it anymore.

You can drive in Great Britain for only 12 months if you got your EU licence by exchanging your non-EU licence.