How to re-issue a lost driving license in Saudi Arabia?

If your driving license is damaged or lost in Saudi Arabia, you will have to follow a certain procedure to get it reissued. 

Required documents to issue a lost driving license

You need to arrange the following required documents to re-issue a lost driving license in Saudi Arabia;

  1. Copy of Iqama.
  2. Driving license application form.
  3. Copy of Lost Driving License.
  4. SR 100 fine for the lost Saudi driving license.
  5. 2 Passport Size Photograph.
  6. Muroor Appointment with the purpose إصدار رخصة قيادة بدل تالف / فاقد.

Pay the fine for the lost driving license

In order to pay the fine of SR 100 to re-issue a lost driving license in Saudi Arabia;

  • Download the Application through PlayStore or iTunes.
  • Log in to your internet banking account.
  • Click on the three dots on the left-upper corner.
  • Select “Payments”.
  • Press the “Government Payments” button.

Pay the fee to replace the car number plate

Now you need to select the following settings to pay the fine for the lost driving license in KSA;

  • Click on the “Driving License”.
  • Application Type: “Replace License”.
  • Transaction Type: Payment.
  • Beneficiary ID: Iqama Number.
  • License Type: According to the type of driving license.

Finally, you would be able to see the details of the person for whom you are paying the fine. If all the details are confirmed, click on the “confirm” button to make the payment.

Visit the Traffic police station

Visit the traffic police office on the time and date mentioned on the Muroor appointment.

Present the documents to the prescribed window, the officer will collect your documents and request you to wait for a while.

After 5 minutes, he will call your name and ask you to collect the replacement of the lost driving license in Saudi Arabia.

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Steve has been living in Saudi Arabia since 2013 and writing about Saudi rules, regulations, guides, and procedures since then.