Your driver number is a 9 digit number that stays with the licence holder throughout their driving history. It appears in field 5 of your paper licence and in field 4d of the new plastic card licence or permit.
Likewise, people ask, what does 4d mean on a license?
A: Field 4d is the driver license number (also known as customer identifier). Field 5 is the document discriminator.
What is the DD number on your driver's license?
DD is an abbreviation for Document Discriminator. A number of states started adding this piece of information to their driver's licenses several years ago. The DD is a security code that identifies where and when the license was issued. It, thus, uniquely identifies each card for a given individual.
What is the measurement DL stand for?
Sweden uses the following standard set of volume measures in recipes. (In the picture, from left to right, deciliter, tablespoon, teaspoon and milliliter.) All are metric, with the tablespoon defined as exactly 15 ml and the teaspoon as exactly 5 ml. deciliter (dl) = 100 ml.