Hundreds of drivers in Jersey could be at risk of prosecution for driving on expired licences.
Parish authorities say over 400 licences which expired in October and November have still not been renewed, despite recent publicity for people to check the expiry date.
Anyone requiring a new licence can apply online or fill out a paper application from the Parish Hall.
Last week the Magistrate, Bridget Shaw, reminded motorists that fines for driving with expired documents start at £300 and can also lead to a driving ban.
If your licence has expired your vehicle insurance may be invalid and this is also an offence - the maximum penalty for each offence is £10,000.
Half of all licences due to expire in January next year have also still to be renewed.
Parishes are dealing with applications in the date order received but, to avoid a delay, applications can be made up to 3 months before the licence expires.