On the 8th June 2015, the DVLA scrapped the paper counterparts for driving licences and issued photo card licences only.
Any new penalty points (endorsements) issued from that date will be recorded electronically only. This information will be held on your DVLA driver record and can be viewed online via the DVLA Shared Driving Licence Service.
We’ve put together some new information on how you can access your driving record and how third parties such as employers, car hire companies and insurance companies and brokers will be able to access them.
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