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  • Sections 42, Traffic Law, 2011

Replacing Your Licence

Replacing a drivers’ licence that has been lost, stolen or destroyed is fairly straightforward and requires little time.

In the event that your drivers licence is lost or stolen, it is necessary that you visit the Royal Cayman Islands Police and inform them of the situation as soon as possible. In so doing, a police report will be officially logged. Once this is done, you can request a copy of the report; along with paying the required fee of CI$25.00.

With your receipt in hand, visit a Licensing office nearest you to have your drivers’ licence replaced.

The replacement cost of your Drivers Licence card will be CI$40.00. This fee will be collected by one of our Licensing Officers, who will also have you complete a simple form which may vary, depending on whether your lost /stolen drivers’ licence is expired.

Should your drivers’ licence be current, you will complete a declaration stating that the information provided is true and correct. Remember, a false declaration is punishable by a fine of CI$2,000.00 and imprisonment for 12 months.

Alternatively, if your lost or stolen drivers’ licence has expired, you will be asked to complete an application form (green form 14).

Replacing a damaged card? If so, simply return the plastic to a Licensing Officer and pay the above mentioned fee. Once this is done, you will be issued a duplicate.

Did you recently move addresses or change your P.O. Box? If so, now would be a good time to let us know! 

Last Updated: 2012-09-19