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1 It transpired that Paolo had left his driving licence at home.
2 I'm afraid your driving licence is invalid in Eastern Europe.
3 Payne lost his driving licence a year ago for drink-driving.
4 My driving licence expires in March.
5 She took out a driving licence.
6 He is now the proud possessor of a driving licence.
7 Always keep your driving licence in a safe place.
8 I haven't got my driving licence on me.
9 You can't get a driving licence till you're seventeen in this country.
10 I got my driving licence when I was eighteen.
11 When does your driving licence expire?
12 Your driving licence will be revoked if you get another speeding ticket.
13 Applicants must hold a valid driving licence.
14 Have you got any ID? A driving licence or cheque card will do.
15 Drivers must be in possession of a current driving licence.
16 I've always had a clean driving licence.
17 His driving licence was revoked after the crash.
18 She lost her driving licence when she was caught drink-driving.
19 The police revoked his driving licence,[www.Sentencedict.com] because he hogged.
20 To hire a car you must produce a passport and a current driving licence.
21 Bates says he will lose his livelihood if his driving licence is taken away.
22 I'm pleased to say that I'm now the proud possessor of a driving licence!
23 You can hire these from most car hire firms, provided you have a clean driving licence.
24 As the law stands, you can get married while still too young to have a driving licence.
25 She failed to notice the discrepancy between the name on the cheque and the name on the driving licence.
26 Pete felt he had had his wings clipped when his driving licence was confiscated.
27 You should make a note of it and always quote it in any application or enquiries about your driving licence.
28 You must have, or be able to obtain a full driving licence.
29 A ration book for certain items of food, clothing coupons, driving licence.
30 The thief, who smashed a window to get into the car, also escaped with Mr Osbourne's driving licence.
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