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when will i receive D27 form?

joe pasha

Well-known member
i am disqualified until 12 feb, currently not in uk until next year.
i want to know when, what date DVLA will send me D27 form? and is there any chance to change my address online because i don't live in that address which is registered with DVLA?
I have heard 56 days before the end of your disqualification period. as i am not currently in uk i really want to know how to calculate the 56 days.

sorry for such a silly question.


thanks guys
 
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price1367

TTC Group
It is sent out 56 days before your ban ends, or 90 days if you are a high risk offender.
You do not have to use the D27, you can get a D1 from a post office.
When you fill that in to apply, you tell them the new address on there. You have to have a UK address to apply.
 

joe pasha

Well-known member
It is sent out 56 days before your ban ends, or 90 days if you are a high risk offender.
You do not have to use the D27, you can get a D1 from a post office.
When you fill that in to apply, you tell them the new address on there. You have to have a UK address to apply.
Thanks price I’m not a high risk,
Let’s calculate from now for 56 days and
I guess it would be around January?
Or as you said to fill in D1 if I ask my family to send me form D1 as I’m outside UK and I sign it send them back to my parents address which I still some of my address is registered there.

do you think that it gonna work?
 

price1367

TTC Group
The earliest you could apply is 18th December.
Your plan to use your parents address to send and receive your application would work with the D1 form.
 

joe pasha

Well-known member
The earliest you could apply is 18th December.
Your plan to use your parents address to send and receive your application would work with the D1 form.
wonderful, by the way my qualifications end February 12.
Is 18 of December fine you reckon?
 

price1367

TTC Group
Yes, that is 56 days before your ban expires.
If everything is straightforward you should receive the licence in 3 weeks after they get it anyway so plenty of time.
 

joe pasha

Well-known member
Yes, that is 56 days before your ban expires.
If everything is straightforward you should receive the licence in 3 weeks after they get it anyway so plenty of time.
Thanks 🙏 and bless

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