How Long Does a Provisional License Last for?

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The provisional licence is valid from the day you become of legal driving age, which can be 16 or 17 years and it lasts for as long as it takes for you to pass your practical and theory tests.
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Generally, a provisional licence does not expire until the individual reaches his or her seventieth birthday. One is allowed to apply for a provisional licence two months before their licence is due for activation.
A Provisional License expires after a ten year period. The reason this has come to light recently is because the photo cards were first issued in 1998, and so 2008 saw the first ten year expiry dates come up and caught lots of drivers out.
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A provisional license is a driver's license that has some restrictions during your first year on the road. You can't drive after a certain time at night or have another person in
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don't know if it varies from country to country, but i UK it lasts until you have passed your test.
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1. Drive by yourself only between 5 a.m. and 11 p.m. unless you are going to school, going to work or have an emergency. Most states restrict provisional license holders from driving
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