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What is Mylicense?

What is Mylicense?

MyLicence is the only service that gives motor insurers instant access to accurate driving history information for all drivers. It does this through the MIB Hub’s secure link to driving licence data held by the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA). It saves time and money when applying for insurance.

What is the date on the back of my driving licence?

The date shown in 4a is the date the photocard was issued. 4b shows the date the driving licence expires. The authority that issued the licence is shown in 4c.

What is my UK licence number?

Each licence holder in England, Scotland and Wales has a unique driver number, which is 16 characters long. The characters are constructed in the following way: 1–5: The first five characters of the surname (padded with 9s if less than 5 characters)

What is driver number?

Your driver number is a 9 digit number that stays with the licence holder throughout their driving history. It appears in field 5 of your paper licence and in field 4d of the new plastic card licence or permit.

How do you get a real estate license in Kansas?

You must hold a high school diploma or its equivalent.

  1. Complete 60 Hours of approved Pre-Licensing education.
  2. Pass the course final exam.
  3. Complete the background check requirement.
  4. Pass the Kansas Real Estate Examination.
  5. Choose a sponsoring broker.
  6. Complete your real estate license application.

What is Access Indiana?

Access Indiana is a portal that allows citizens to use one login and one password (single sign-on) to access multiple services from the State of Indiana.

What does the back of my driving license mean?

The expiry date of your licence will be shown on the front in section 4b and the expiry date of your entitlements will be shown on the back of your licence. All vehicle categories will be listed on the back of your licence with dates against those you are entitled to drive or ride.

Can I drive on my own after passing my test in Ireland?

If you pass, you will be given a Certificate of Competency, which is valid for two years. It is important to note, however, that a Certificate of Competency is not a licence, and a driver holding one cannot drive on a motorway, remove their ‘L’ plates or drive unaccompanied until they possess their full licence.