Renew my WA driver's licence

Find out how to renew your driver's licence and what to do when a new photograph and/or signature is required.

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 Renew my driver's licence (standard)

Find out how to renew your Western Australian driver's licence, and how to update your photograph and signature.

 Renew my driver's licence (seniors 80-84)

In WA, once you reach the age of 80 you need to undergo an annual medical assessment before you can renew your driver's licence. Find out more about senior licence renewals for 80-84 year old drivers.

 Renew my driver's licence (seniors 85+)

In WA, once you reach the age of 85 you may need to undergo an annual Practical Driving Assessment (PDA) before you can renew your driver's licence. Find out more about senior licence renewals for 85+ year old drivers.

 Replace my licence

Find out how to replace a lost, damaged or stolen WA driver's licence, including information on how to waive the application fee for a stolen licence, and how to submit a photograph if required.

 Restrictions and conditions

Your Western Australian driver's licence may include restrictions and conditions that are represented by codes on the back of your licence. Find out what the codes mean and how to remove a restriction from your licence.

 Fitness to drive

Holders of particular types of licences (such as a taxi, small charter or driving instructor) or those with medical condition(s) are required to satisfy the Department of Transport (DoT) of their fitness to drive.

 Eyesight standards

WA drivers and riders must meet agreed vision standards. You may be required to have your eyesight tested.
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