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How To Apply For Driver’s Licence Online For Nigerians | www.nigeriadriverslicence.org

The general public is hereby informed that the Federal Government of Nigeria have now made it possible and simpler for Nigerians to apply for Driver’s Licence with the creation of an online platform that allows you to apply on the Internet. This is to reduce the stress undergone by drivers when applying for driver’s license. This platform can be used for driver’s licence renewal and fresh application. Apply for driver’s licence online today – stress free.

This platform helps to reduce stress faced when processing driver’s Licence. According from the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) the application fee is N6,350. They are many drivers applying Nigerian highways today with expired driver’s Licence due to stress in processing. This technological advancement is aim and planned to make this easier for such people. Follow the steps below to apply for Driver’s Licence Online, read carefully to avoid been scammed.

 

The first step is for driver’s licence renewal, and while the second process is for fresh applicants.

 

Steps to Apply for Driver’s Licence Online For Nigerians Only – Driver’s Licence Renewal Process

Here are some steps to follow in order to Apply For Driver’s Licence Online

Step 1

Apply online at www.nigeriadriverslicence.org

Step 2

Pay the licence fee online or at Bank

Step 3

Present your application form to the Board of Internal Revenue (BIR) Officer and Vehicle Inspection Officer (VIO) at the DLC for endorsement.

Step 4

Proceed to the Federal Road Safety Corps Officer at the DLC for biometric data capture.

Step 5

Obtain a temporary driver’s licence valid for 60 days.

Step 6

Pick up original Driver’s Licence at the BIR Office after 60 days.

 

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Steps to Apply for Driver’s Licence Online For Nigerians Only – Fresh Application

Fresh applicant should follow the steps below for application

Step 1

Attend training at an accredited driving school.

Step 2

The driving school will then present you to the Vehicle Inspection Officer (VIO) for a driving test.

Step 3

Pass the driving test and obtain a certificate of proficiency from the VIO.

Step 4

Complete the driver’s licence application form at the Driver’s Licence Centre (DLC).

Step 5

Pay the licence fee online or at the Bank.

Step 6

Present your application form to the Board of Internal Revenue (BIR) Officer and VIO at the DLC for endorsement.

Step 7

Proceed to the FRSC Officer at the DLC for biometric data capture.

Step 8

Obtain a temporary driver’s licence valid for 60 days.

Step 9

Pick up original driver’s licence at the BIR Office after 60 days.

 

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Procedures To Make Online Payment – Steps to Apply for Driver’s Licence Online For Nigerians Only

 

Make Your Payment Using ewallet, credit card or debit card

  1. When you have concluded the driver’s licence application you will be presented with options for payment. Select either the ‘eWallet’, Visa Credit / Visa Debit or Interswitch payment option.
  2. Log in to your ‘eWallet’ account using your User ID and password. If you do not have an ‘eWallet’ account you will be required to create one.
  3. Click the ‘Bill’ tab and select ‘Active Bills’ from the provided list. A payment page showing your application details and amount to be paid will be displayed.
  4. Click the “Pay” button on the payment page to proceed with the payment process. A page displaying your application details and selected payment option will then be displayed.
  5. Input the required details for your selected payment option and click the payment button.
  6. A message will be displayed indicating the success or failure of your payment.
  7. Then Your payment is successful.

 

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