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  • Query driving and motoring: French llicence in the UK

    Hi there!
    I have been in the UK 15 years and never wanted to convert my French licence for a British one, and the DVLA authorised that. I am not able now to find on a GVT site or the DVLA site, any information about the status of EU licences in the UK post Brexit. Can i keep ny French licence? If I have to exchange it, what will happen when I will travel in the EU, will I need an International Licence?

    Thanks!

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    Originally posted by CroissantCafe View Post
    Hi there!
    I have been in the UK 15 years and never wanted to convert my French licence for a British one, and the DVLA authorised that. I am not able now to find on a GVT site or the DVLA site, any information about the status of EU licences in the UK post Brexit. Can i keep ny French licence? If I have to exchange it, what will happen when I will travel in the EU, will I need an International Licence?

    Thanks!
    For info on EU licenses and how to exchange them - please go to You can drive in Great Britain on a full, valid driving licence from an EU country. - Exchange a foreign driving licence - GOV.UK

    Those who have a UK driving licence and want to drive abroad please check with the individual country of destination rules.

    More info:

    * Driving abroad: Check if you need an international driving permit (IDP) - GOV.UK

    International Driving Permit | Post Office

    Also relevant to read:

    Driving in the EU - GOV.UK

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