Booking an Appointment Online for Driving Licences Related Services

Booking an appointment for the following driving licence related services is easy with the online service offered by Transport Department :

  • Renewal of Full Driving Licence
  • New Issue or Addition of Full Driving Licence/New Issue, Renewal or Addition of Driving Instructor’s Licence
  • New Issue, Extension or Addition of Probationary Driving Licence
  • Learner’s Driving Licence (Private Car, Light Goods Vehicle, Motor Cycle and Motor Tricycle)
  • Learner’s Driving Licence (Commercial Vehicles)
  • Driving Test(Private Car, Light Goods Vehicle, Motor Cycle and Motor Tricycle)
  • Duplicate of Driving Licence and Driving Instructor’s Licence

Here you can find out how to use the service, what to take to your appointment and other details of the applications concerned.

New Online Booking Service

Applicant can use this service to book an appointment at a nearby Licensing Office to submit driving licence related applications.

Online appointment booking for Full Driving Licence, Probationary Driving Licence, Learner’s Driving Licence, Driving Instructor’s Licence, or Driving Test (Private Car, Light Goods Vehicle, Motor Cycle and Motor Tricycle)General Information on Driving LicenceMore information on renewing your full driving licenceMore information on applying for a Full Driving LicenceMore information on procedures for Obtaining a Full Driving Licence with Driving TestMore information on applying for a Full Driving Licence with Commercial Vehicle Class(es)More information on applying for a Probationary Driving Licence (for Motor Cycle, Motor Tricycle, Private Car and Light Goods Vehicle)More information on driving testList of Licensing Offices and opening hoursMore on System Requirements for GovHK Online Services

Documents to Take to Your Appointment

When attending your appointment, you should take the completed relevant application forms and other required documents as set out in the application forms, including acceptable address proof.

The relevant forms can be downloaded from the links provided below, obtained by fax through the Transport Department's customer service hotline at 2804 2600 or fetched in person at one of the Licensing Offices.

Details of acceptable address proof

Renewal of Full Driving Licence

Holders of full driving licences that will expire in the coming four months and those whose licences have expired within the last three years can use this service to book an appointment at a nearby Licensing Office to submit licence renewal applications.

When attending your appointment, you should take the completed application form for full driving licence renewal (TD557) or full driving licence renewal notice cum application form (TD578) and other required documents as set out in TD557 or TD578. The form TD578 is generally sent to the driving licence holder by mail two to three months before the expiry date of his/her current licence by Transport Department.

Application form for Full Driving Licence (TD557)

New Issue or Addition of Full Driving Licence/ New Issue, Renewal or Addition of Driving Instructor’s Licence

Applicant can apply for new issue of full driving licence for the respective vehicle class(es) within 3 years from the date of completion of the relevant probationary driving period for the relevant vehicle class(es).

Application Form for First Issue, Renewal and Addition of Full Driving Licence & Driving Instructor's Licence (TD557)

New Issue, Extension or Addition of Probationary Driving Licence

Once you have passed your driving test(s), you can approach the Licensing Office of the Transport Department after 7 working days but not exceeding 3 years from the date of passing the driving test to apply for a probationary or full driving licence. A probationary driving licence must be applied within 3 years from the date of passing the relevant driving test(s).

A probationary driving licence is valid for 12 months from the date of issue. A probationary driving licence can be renewed for 6 months each time.  The renewal of probationary driving licence application may be submitted at any time within 15 days before its expiry or not more than 3 years after its expiry.

Application Form for New Issue, Renewal and Addition Probationary Driving Licence (TD590)

Learner’s Driving Licence (Private Car, Light Goods Vehicle, Motor Cycle and Motor Tricycle)

Application Form for Learner's Driving Licence (Private Car, Light Goods Vehicle, Motor Cycle & Motor Tricycle) (TD555)

Learner’s Driving Licence (Commercial Vehicles)

(Only available at the Hong Kong Licensing Office and the Kowloon Licensing Office)

Application Form for Learner's Driving Licence -Commercial Vehicles (TD556)

Driving Test (Private Car, Light Goods Vehicle, Motor Cycle and Motor Tricycle)

(Only available at the Hong Kong Licensing Office and the Kowloon Licensing Office)

Application Form for a Driving Test (Private Car, Light Goods Vehicle, Motor Cycle and Motor Tricycle) (TD82)

Duplicate of Driving Licence and Driving Instructor’s Licence

If the validity period of your lost/destroyed/defaced licence is not more than 4 months, you may apply for renewal of licence (by completing TD 557 as appropriate) instead of a duplicate licence.

Application Form for a Duplicate Driving Licence / Driving Instructor's Licence (TD106)

Applicants aged over 70 must submit the medical examination report forms (TD256) duly completed and signed by registered medical practitioners when they submit their application forms for issue or renewal of full/probationary/temporary/learner’s driving licence.

Medical examination report (TD256)

Further Information

For further information about the online appointment booking service, call 1823 or read the following FAQs.

FAQs about the online appointment booking for Transport Department Licensing Office counter services
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Last review date: March 2021