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But drivers can now go to the Post Office where the forms can be processed, although photos from any other provider will not be accepted.

To process the form, including a photo, the Post Office charges £24.50 of which it takes a cut of the processsing fees plus keeps the additional £4.50.

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The retailers, including Photo Me, Jessops and Timpson, have written letters to MPs claiming that Government agencies are redirecting almost a quarter of the revenues made from their networks of photo booths to the Post Office.

The retailers allege that the Driving and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA), which is overseen by the Department for Transport, has handed an effective monopoly of the driving licence photo market to the Post Office.

You may have an old style paper licence – that’s a different type of licence which is still valid.

You can apply to change this type of licence for a photocard driving licence.

Please visit uk/dvla/nomorecounterpart for more information. Pop in to any of our Car Tax issuing branches and pick up a UK driving licence application form (D1).

Once you’ve filled it in, send your completed form to DVLA, Swansea, using the appropriate postcode shown on the form.

On top of the £20 :rolleyes: I have to send them, I have to go to the Post Office where according to the letter they'll take a new photo of me, at the counter.

:eek: If I remember rightly, when I got my first DL photo, it was from a photo booth.

In addition, the retailers' maintain that DVLA is paying the Post Office an extra £4.50 cash "kick-back" on every photo licence processed – a cost that is being passed on to consumers through a more expensive handling fee.

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