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31 They represent a man's date of birth, a driving licence number and an identity number.
32 When he was seventeen he lost his driving licence after receiving 27 speeding summonses.
33 Arthur and his driving licence expired last Thursday.
34 He was also ordered to pay ￡25 costs and received six penalty points on his previously clean driving licence.
35 Dalton was a lorry driver, Fox didn't even have a driving licence.
36 A clean driving licence is essential.
37 If there is any doubt, the cashier should tactfully try to obtain proof of identity, e.g. passport or driving licence.
38 They were protesting against a new highway code and a points-system driving licence.
39 No, she did not own a car - could not afford to - but she did have a driving licence.
40 Car rental is $200 a week and you need a clean driving licence.
41 Among excess alcohol offenders,[sentencedict .com] 10% are learner drivers or riders and 11% drive whilst disqualified or have no driving licence.
42 Creating false identities used to be easy: an intelligence officer setting off on a job would take a scuffed passport, a wallet with a couple of credit cards, a driving licence and some family snaps.
43 The expiry of a driving licence, lease, credit card, contract, agreement, etc.
44 Work experience of manufacture for metallurgic equipments will be a plus ; Preferably with driving licence.
45 If you have never held a driving licence before, you should apply for a provisional licence.
46 The new Californian driving licence carries the same information as its predecessor, but in a more machine-readable form.
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