You must tell the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) if your Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) card has been lost, stolen or damaged.
Apply for a replacement
To get a replacement Driver CPC card (sometimes called a ‘driver qualification card’ or ‘DQC’), you must write to DVSA by email or post and give your:
- driving licence number
- date of birth
- telephone number
DVSA Driver CPC enquiries email@example.com
PO Box 280
Newcastle Upon Tyne
Paying for a replacement
DVSA will phone you after you’ve applied to take payment for the replacement.
You’ll need a credit or debit card to pay the £25 fee.
After you’ve paid
You can keep driving professionally while you wait for your replacement Driver CPC card to arrive.
It will be sent to the address on your driving licence. You’ll need to change this address first if it’s wrong.
If it doesn’t arrive
Contact DVSA if it doesn’t arrive within 20 days.