It’s crucial to understand that if you drive in Ghana, your licence must be updated or validated every two years. Luckily, the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) has simplified the licence renewal process so that drivers may do it online without having to go to one of their offices.
Here’s how to update your Ghanaian driver’s licence online.
Step 1: Check the Cost of Renewal
The cost of renewing an expired driver’s license is GH¢155.
Step 2: Gather the Required Documents
To renew your driver’s license online, you will need to have the following documents ready:
- Your expired driver’s license
- A colored passport picture
Step 3: Create an Account
Visit online.dvla.gov.gh/sign_in and create an account by providing your details and creating a username and password.
Step 4: Sign in to the DVLA Online Portal
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Enter your username and password on the DVLA online.dvla.gov.gh/sign_in, then click the “Sign In” button. You will then be successfully signed in.
Step 5: Access the Driving License Service
Once signed in, you can access the Driving License service that allows you to renew your driver’s license. Click on “Driving License” and select “Renewal of Driver’s License.”
Step 6: Pay for Forms F1
You will be required to pay for Forms F1, which will be used to process your renewal.
Step 7: Undergo an Eye Test
You may be scheduled to undergo an eye test, which is necessary to ensure that you are still fit to drive.
Step 8: Pay for the Renewal Cost
Finally, you will need to pay for the renewal cost, which is GH¢155.
By following these simple steps, you can easily renew your driver’s license online in Ghana, without wasting much time visiting the DVLA office.
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