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I lost my mauritian driving licence over 10 years ago, I live in UK now. How I can have a replacement. HELP PLS
This is the procedure you need to follow:
If you live abroad... You cannot get a driving licence duplicate unless you come in person. However you can be issued with a certificate (attestation) confirming you're the holder of a Mauritian driving licence. You will need to write a letter addressed to the Chief Commissioner of Police, stating your name, date of birth and address (both local and overseas) thereby giving permission for a family member or friend to collect the certificate on your behalf.
Source : Phone call to the police hotline (166).
For those residing in Mauritius... For a lost driving licence, you must report it to a Police Station. You will be issued with a memo (PF 77) for production at the Licensing Office when applying for a duplicate licence.
Useful link : police.gov.mu
Why would you need it now if you live in the UK?
You will need a memo and if you wouldn't come, a family will need to do it for you by a letter written by you I guess then, living in uk, you'll need an International license