DVLA misses teen's error; sends driving licence with her address printed as "my dad's house"


A teenager received a driving licence which gives her official address as "My dad's house".

Officials at the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency failed to spot Eve Paterson's mistake when she applied for an updated licence.

The 18-year-old , from Greenock, Inverclyde, was astounded when she received the card and posted a photo of it online.

She posted on Twitter: "I've had to update my licence and accidentally wrote 'My dad's house' on it.

"Why? So stupid!"

The image shows Eve's new driving licence with her name and date of birth printed accurately.

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With most of the image blurred out, the teenager's address, seen on the eighth line of the licence, reads "MY DADS HOUSE" followed by the rest of her address printed normally.

Currently the tweet has gone viral, with over 1,100 retweets and over 10,000 likes, with many social media users commenting

@JackStevensonnn said: "Hahaha easy mistake to make."

@rachycrossan wrote: "Am p*g myself - you're no right."

@gfulton72 commented: "Aye and the DVLA were just sound with it and thought that was your actual address."

@courteney02x said: "Eve omg"

@bigdirtyjames tweeted: "Brilliant!"

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Earlier this year, research from comparethemarket.com that 1.5 million drivers in the UK have incorrect address information on their licence, meaning they could face a penalty of £1,000.

UK law states that it is illegal for a driver to be incorrectly registered at an address as they may be involved in an accident where their current address is essential.

The DVLA has been contacted for comment.

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