Start Updating a driving licence

Updating a driving licence

Please ensure the cheque is crossed and that your name and address is written on the back of the cheque.

My parish online website​Practical driving test for car drivers​ Any person who becomes resident in Jersey and who has a foreign driving licence is required to exchange that foreign driving licence for a Jersey licence.

Article 2 of the Motor Vehicles (International Circulation) (Jersey) Regulations 1958 states that a person who is resident outside of Jersey, but is temporarily in the Island and holds a domestic driving permit issued in a country outside of the Island may, during a period of 12 months from the date of his last entry into the Island, drive and be employed to drive a motor vehicle of any class or description for which he is authorised.

This document explains how to apply for your driving licence after you have passed a driving test.

The licensing office at the Department of Infrastructure deals with applications for driving licences from new residents to the Island and also deals with questions regarding fitness to drive.

Driving licences issued in an emergency are issued at the Post Office Licensing Office, opposite Ocean Village, Cooil Road, Braddan, Isle of Man.

The counter is open Monday to Friday (except Bank Holidays) 9am to 5pm. Reminders are issued 1 month before the expiry of a driving licence, however you may apply for a renewal up to 2 months in advance of the expiry date.

In Western Australia, once you reach the age of 80 you need to undergo an annual medical assessment before you can renew your driver's licence.