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FRSC Driver’s Licence: How to obtain the new driver’s license in Nigeria

FRSC Driver’s Licence: This guide contains the simple steps on how to get a driver’s licence in Nigeria. See details of how to get and renew your driver’s licence in Nigeria.

FRSC Driver’s Licence

How to obtain a NEW FRSC DRIVER’S LICENCE:

Step 1: Complete training at an accredited driving school.

Step 2: The school would present you to the VIO for driving test.

Step 3: Pass the driving test. The VIO issues you a Certificate of Proficiency.

Step 4: Apply in person at the DLC.

Step 5: Pay the licence fee online or at the designated banks.

Step 6: Present your form to the Board of Internal Revenue Officer or VIO at the DLC for endorsement.

Step 7: Proceed to FRSC Officer at the DLC for Biometric Data Capturing.

Step 8: A temporary driver’s licence, valid for 60 days, will be provided to you.

The latest driver’s licence of Nigeria type is being recognised by three states in the U.S.A., California, Maryland and Washington DC, and seven countries in on the European continent (Austria, Germany, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey). The authorities are doing their best to expand this list.

If you want to renew your driver’s licence, take the following steps.
RENEWAL OF DRIVER’S LICENCE

• Upon expiration of a driver’s licence, the holder returns to Licensing office to obtain and complete MVA 12
• Pays the prescribed fee to the MLA
• MLA sends the Form to FRSC (IPC) for processing
• Proceeds to FRSC Information Processing Centre (IPC) for physical capture of photograph, finger print and signature.
• Processed license is sent to MLA for distribution to successful applicants.

REPLACEMENT OF DRIVERS LICENCE

• Obtain a police extract, sworn affidavit and photocopy of lost licence and apply as stated above
• Proceed to MLA to obtain and complete Form MVA 12.
• Pay the prescribed fee to the MLA
• MLA sends the Form to FRSC (IPC) for processing
• Proceeds to FRSC Information Processing Centre (IPC) for physical capture of photograph, finger print and signature.
• Processed license is sent to MLA for distribution to successful applicants.

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