After changing the surname, it is necessary to change the documents, including the driver's license. You do not need to take a second driving test. Collect the package of documents and contact the state traffic safety inspectorate of your area.
It is necessary
- -old driver's license
- -medical certificate
- -personal driver card
- -examination card
- -document confirming the change of surname
- -receipt of payment for changing the driver's license
- -certificate stating that you are not deprived of a driver's license
Write an application for a replacement driver's license. In it, indicate the reason why the ID needs to be replaced.
Present your passport with a new last name and a driver's license that needs to be replaced.
A medical certificate is required. If your medical certificate has expired, get a new one. For this you will have to go through all the doctors. Be sure to visit a psychiatric and narcological dispensary. The driver's license will not be replaced without a new certificate. If the certificate has not expired, the requirement to obtain a new certificate due to the change of surname is not legal, since you are submitting a document on the change of surname.
Take new photos for your license.
You need an examination card that was given to you at a driving school and a personal driver card.
Submit a document that confirms the change of name. This can be a marriage certificate or a certificate from the registry office.
Some traffic police require a certificate stating that you have not been deprived of your driver's license.
Pay the state fee to change your driver's license.
After submitting all the documents, you will be notified of when to pick up the license with the changed surname. These terms may vary depending on the place where the ID is changed.