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Having Issues With Your Driving License? These Are Numbers To Call by AutoReportNG: 6:07pm On Jul 13, 2018
Nigerians are always in hurry, we believe that time is money and so every minute counts. This is evident on our roads, the way drivers drive and lots more.

Nothing frustrates car owners, drivers than having your driving license delayed. Due to the longevity and delay in getting the FRSC driving license, many have been forced to patronize those who will help to get it in done on time thereby paying extra.

Last week some FRSC officials are guest on Lagos Traffic radio and they discussed extensively on what is causing the delay in FRSC drivers' license and how to check if your license is ready or not and when it's taking a longer period of time.

AutoReportNG was able to gather some few thoughts especially the part where you can call to check whether your card is ready or not.

Who to call to find out if your FRSC is ready or not...

1. 08056294131 (FRSC License Office in Lagos)
Wale Karim - Officer in Charge of Driver License in Lagos

2. 08151790168 (FRSC) Officer Modupe

These numbers are those in charge and just in case they are not picking, kindly send a text, someone will reply to you before 12hours.

Meanwhile, here are the guideline for your FRSC driving license

STEPS TO DRIVERS LICENCE RENEWAL / OBTAINING NEW DRIVER’S LICENCE

DRIVERS LICENCE RENEWAL

STEP 1: Apply online at https://www.nigeriadriverslicence.org , print out the form after filling the required fields and also print out the payment form

Step 2: Pay the Licence fee online or at the Designated Bank

Step 3: Present your form to the Board of Internal Revenue Officer or VIO at the DLC for endorsement

Step 4: Proceed to the Federal Road Safety Corps Officer at the DLC for Biometric Data Capturing

Step 5: You will be given a temporary drivers licence that is valid for 60 days

OBTAINING NEW DRIVER’S LICENCE

Step 1: Attend training at accredited driving school

Step 2: The Driving school will present you to the VIO for driving test

Step 3: Pass the driving test and the VIO will issue you a Certificate of Proficiency

Step 4: Apply in person at Driver's Licence Centre (DLC)

Step 5: Pay the Licence fee online or at the Designated Banks

Step 6: Present your form to the Board of Internal Revenue Officer or VIO at the DLC for endorsement

Step 7: Proceed to the Federal Road Safety Corps Officer at the DLC for Biometric Data Capturing

Step 8: You will be given a temporary drivers license that is valid for 60 days.

Source:
https://www.autoreportng.com/2018/07/having-issues-with-your-driving-license.html

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Re: Having Issues With Your Driving License? These Are Numbers To Call by AutoReportNG: 6:07pm On Jul 13, 2018
let's kick away bribing from the corps..
Re: Having Issues With Your Driving License? These Are Numbers To Call by LaudableXX: 6:14pm On Jul 13, 2018
How much is the drivers' license AutoReportNG?
Re: Having Issues With Your Driving License? These Are Numbers To Call by AutoReportNG: 6:18pm On Jul 13, 2018
LaudableXX:
How much is the drivers' license AutoReportNG?

According to FRSC and those who did recently...

Driving School certificate: N8,000
VIO test certificate: N1,000
Eye Test Certificate: N500
Driver’s License Payment: N10,450 (for 5 years)
3 years Nigeria drivers license is N6,350

Hope this helps?

Regards

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Re: Having Issues With Your Driving License? These Are Numbers To Call by LaudableXX: 6:25pm On Jul 13, 2018
AutoReportNG:
According to FRSC and those who did recently...

Driving School certificate: N8,000
VIO test certificate: N1,000
Eye Test Certificate: N500
Driver’s License Payment: N10,450 (for 5 years)
3 years Nigeria drivers license is N6,350

Hope this helps?

Regards

Yes, it does. Thanks. wink

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Re: Having Issues With Your Driving License? These Are Numbers To Call by overdrive(m): 6:32pm On Jul 13, 2018
Please how much is the renewal?
Re: Having Issues With Your Driving License? These Are Numbers To Call by hisgrace090: 6:34pm On Jul 13, 2018
Mind you that after this online register thing no road safety office will attend to you unless you bribe them.
Re: Having Issues With Your Driving License? These Are Numbers To Call by LaudableXX: 7:01pm On Jul 13, 2018
hisgrace090:
Mind you that after this online register thing no road safety office will attend to you unless you bribe them.

That is not true. I know several people who got their licenses after going through the due process, without bribing anybody! sad
Re: Having Issues With Your Driving License? These Are Numbers To Call by hisgrace090: 8:17pm On Jul 13, 2018
LaudableXX:


That is not true. I know several people who got their licenses after going through the due process, without bribing anybody! sad


Well let's believe there are good ones out there.
Re: Having Issues With Your Driving License? These Are Numbers To Call by AutoReportNG: 9:36am On Jul 14, 2018
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