Interior extends the validity of driving licenses that expire in the state of alarm for up to 60 days




The Interior Ministry has decided extend driving licenses and other administrative authorizations to drive that expire during the alarm state up to 60 days after the end of this period.

This measure is included in the publication of the State official newsletter (BOE) this Saturday.

“Driving permits and licenses, as well as other administrative authorizations to drive, whose period of validity expires during the state of alarm and its subsequent extensions, will be automatically extended for the duration of the alarm and until sixty days after its completion,” dictates the published text.

This extension is in addition to the one the Ministry of the Interior also agreed for the National Identity Document (DNI). Due to the restriction of movements caused by the state of alarm, the General Directorate of the Police reported on March 14 that the issuance of documents and prior appointment had been suspended except for duly justified reasons of urgency.


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