Photocard licences get 7-month extension
DVLA has confirmed that as of today, (4 June), the expiry date of photocard driving licences has been extended by seven months, following a change of EU regulations. It applies to 10-year photocard licences expiring between 1 February and 31 August 2020, as well as 5-year Group 2 vocational licences of holders under 45 years old. It does not apply where entitlement to drive expires, where a renewal must be made in the usual way.
If a driver has already applied online to renew their photocard, this will be processed as normal. If they have already sent a paper application to renew their photocard there will be delays in processing, but the seven month extension will apply in the meantime.
DVLA chief executive Julie Lennard explained: “This extension will make it easier for drivers who need to update their photocard licence with a new photograph. This means as long as they have a valid licence, drivers will be able to continue to make essential journeys. The extension is automatic so drivers do not need to do anything and will be sent a reminder to renew their photocard before the extension ends.”
Volvo FM 500 6x4 - Used Truck of the Day
Used Truck of the Day is a Volvo FM500 timber lorry.
This 2014 truck is on a 64-plate and is being sold by Strathclyde Commercials & Plant.
It comes fitted with an Epsilon M100L crane, and also has an I-Shift gearbox, alloy wheels and a BigFoot tyre inflation system. It’s travelled just 525,00km and looks to be in excellent condition.