Motor Driving Licences (Applications.).

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office. – in the House of Commons on 26th July 1934.

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Photo of Captain James Duncan Captain James Duncan , Kensington North


asked the Postmaster-General whether he will arrange with the London County 'Council that persons who apply through a post office for a driver's licence or a renewal thereof should also be given on demand a stamped addressed envelope in which to send the application form, which is now provided, the old licence, and the fee to the council's proper address?

Photo of Mr Ernest Bennett Mr Ernest Bennett , Cardiff Central

I am afraid that the arrangement would involve complications, as the regulations require that the completed form should be forwarded to the taxation department of the council in whose area the applicant resides; and many persons obtaining forms at post offices in London reside outside.