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Scrap need to replace driving licences every 10 years

Comment 10th July 2010

Until a few years ago your driving licence didn't need replacing until you were 70 – unless you changed address.  Now you have to renew it every 10 years at a cost of £20.

We should go back to the old system.

Why does this matter?

This would reduce the amount of unnecessary contact between the individual and the state.

It would save money.

It would allow the driver licensing organisation to reduce its staff numbers.


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