Updating your license
If your license record reflects information which is no longer current (wrong address, employing broker, etc.), you can use the e Licensing online system to update your license record immediately.Update the address on your driver license or ID card.If you still wish to go to an office, bring a completed Change Address (MV-232) form with you.If you want to replace your documents, be sure to bring payment for the fees.You will need to bring evidence of your PPS Number and proof of address with you in order to confirm you are the person who is applying to update your driving licence or learner permit. You apply to update your licence or permit using the application form for a driving licence (D401) or a learner permit (D201), as appropriate.They are available from NDLS centres, driving test centres, driving theory test centres and Garda stations.While you are required to carry your driving licence or learner permit with you at all times when driving, you are not required by law to change your licence or permit if you change your name or address. When driving, you are required to show evidence of your licence or permit if requested to by An Garda Síochána, so your licence or permit should contain up-to-date information.
The DMV will take a new photograph of you at the office.The fee is to update the photo on a non-driver photo ID card. Please make sure your 10-digit TV Licence number or 9-digit Customer number is entered correctly.You can find it on your current TV Licence or any emails or letters we've sent you.Where to find the TV Licence or Customer number: Please enter the last name exactly as it appears on the TV Licence, e.g. For business licences, you may need to enter the job title as shown on the TV Licence, e.g.