Useful Links


For driving licence information. The Direct Gov website also has information:

Health and Safety Driving at Work Managing work-related road safety document INDG382

Please note that the latest revision of the Health and Safety Driving at Work Managing work-related road safety document INDG382(rev1) was published on 14th April 2014.

The initial INDG382 leaflet was published in September 2003. Contains public sector information published by the Health and Safety Executive and licensed under the Open Government Licence v1.0.

European Commission on Mobility and Transport – Road Safety – Driving Licence Models.

This driving licence website displays most of the valid models of driving licence in use in the EEA and provides any important information that is specific to each type of licence.

You can search for a particular driving licence by choosing the country and then the date when the licence was issued.

Once you have found the right model of licence, you can also view information on its physical description, security features, entitlements and categories. You are able to download a document with examples of all the models of driving licence in the EEA here.

Information sourced from The EU European Union Driver Licence Handbook.

Association for Driving Licence Verification. ADLV.

adlv_approved_operator_logo_50Data offered by ADLV member companies provide employers with a new and comprehensive alternative for validating the driver entitlement data for their employees. To ensure that the highest quality standards are maintained, the ADLV will conduct regular audits of members and operate within a strict code of conduct to ensure that the DVLA’s data assurance standards are met.

brake-awards-winner-logo-2016Brake Road Safety Charity

We are a 2016 Fleet Safety Awards winner.

Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS)

Licence Bureau supports The Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS), a registered charity and an associate Parliamentary Group. Its charitable objective is “To protect human life through the promotion of transport safety for the public benefit”. Its aim is to advise and inform members of the House of Commons and of the House of Lords on air, rail and road safety issues.

The Highway Code

Read the Highway Code here.