How to Renew your FRSC Driver’s License (2022 Updated)


How to Renew your FRSC Driver’s License (2022 Updated)

The FRSC Driver’s license is deemed valid for four years according to the Federal Road Safety Corp Act and you would need to renew your driver’s license in Nigeria In order to gain legal access to drive your vehicle on Nigerian roads.

In 1988, for the sole purpose of the prevention of accidents and insurance of safety for motorists, the Federal Road Safety Commission was established, which included the Federal Road Safety Corps.

Also, the Commission is the policy-making arm while the Corps is responsible for operations and for implementing the Commission’s decisions in the country.

Every three to five years, the average driver in Nigeria experiences the all too familiar anxiety that is associated with renewing their driver’s license

If this is not done, you might fall prey to the law coupled with embarrassments and troubles that the Nigerian law enforcement agents are known for. This post will show you how to renew your FRSC Driver’s License as you don’t need to pass through some driving test.

Driver’s License Renewal Step by Step Procedure

Driver’s License Renewal Step by Step Procedure

1. Visit the official website for driver’s license obtaining and renewal in Nigeria:

2. Click on ‘driver’s license renewal’ you would see a form where you would be required to fill in your date of birth and your expired driver’s license number.

3. Upon filling this form correctly, you would be able to access and fill the application form.

4. Make payments for the license at any of the designated banks or via online payment platforms. Print your receipts and present your application form to the drivers licensing center.

5. Go to the nearest road safety office to have your biometric data captured. Obtain the temporary license which is valid for only 60 days.

Normally, the official fee for driver’s license renewal in Nigeria is ₦6,000 but due to how things are done in Nigeria, it may cost you up to ₦12,000 or ₦15,000 or more.

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