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    International driving permits available at PayPoint stores from April

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    International driving permits (IDP) will be exclusively available from participating PayPoint stores across the UK from April.

    PayPoint has been awarded the Driver & Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) contract for providing IDPs and the multi-year agreement will see the service move from the Post Office to PayPoint from 1 April 2024.

    An IDP is not usually required for the majority of popular holiday destinations abroad. However, there are over 140 countries, including Turkey, Mexico, Canada and Australia, where an IDP is recommended or required if you’re planning to drive.

    There are three types of IDP and which one you need will depend on which country you’re visiting. The details are available at GOV.UK page here.

    Those who are travelling before 1 April 2024 and need an IDP will need to visit a participating Post Office branch.

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