New NDLS on way

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From Tuesday 29th October 2013, the application process for driving licences will change and applications must be made in any one of the new NDLS centres nationwide. The National Driver Licence Service or NDLS, is the name given to the new, dedicated service which will receive applications for learner permits and...
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From Tuesday 29th October 2013, the application process for driving licences will change and applications must be made in any one of the new NDLS centres nationwide.NDSLS

The National Driver Licence Service or NDLS, is the name given to the new, dedicated service which will receive applications for learner permits and driver licences

Since January 2013 The Road Safety Authority has been tasked with delivering the driving licence and learner permit service. Security and safety are at the heart of the new service which will be delivered consistently throughout the country. Since the move from paper to plastic card, learner permits and licences are more secure, long-lasting and convenient. Now we’re adding another layer of security to make sure that the only person who uses your licence is you. This will help to keep unlicensed, illegal drivers off our roads.

From 29 October 2013, when applying for either a new or replacement learner permit or driver licence, you will need to visit one of the new National Driver Licence Service (NDLS) centres nationwide. This service is being transferred from the Local Authority Motor Tax Offices.

Security and safety is at the heart of the new National Driver Licence Service. Since the move from paper to plastic card, learner permits and licences are

more secure, long-lasting and convenient. Now we’re adding another layer of security to make sure that the only person who uses your licence is you. This will help to keep unlicensed, illegal drivers off our roads.

The new National Driver Licence Service will have:

· At least one centre in every county in Ireland – and you can apply for your licence in any one of the centres nationwide.

· More flexible and convenient opening times, including lunchtime opening and weekend opening hours to facilitate customers who may not be able to apply for their licence during normal working hours.

· A security validation process for new customers which in most cases you will only need to do once, to make your learner permit or driving licence more secure and less susceptible to fraud.

 

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