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Do I need to change my paper licence for a new photocard version?

I've got an old paper UK driving licence that will expire in three years time when I'm 70. Is there any good reason to spend £20 to change it for a photocard version?

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All paper driving licences are valid until they expire so there's no reason to change. If you do want to make any changes (such as a change of address) or renew your paper driving licence, you'll be required to apply for a photocard driving licence.
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