It is exciting stuff receiving your provisional licence in the post and I am sure most people rip of the photo card and pop it in their purse or wallet. Worryingly though, people don’t appear to realise that the paper that the photo card comes on is actually the second part of your licence also known as the counterpart.
The DSA have said that more and more candidates are arriving at theory test centres and practical test centres without the counterpart, which results in them not being able to sit the test. Students must be able to produce both parts of their licence.
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