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Are both of the following sentences correct?

Which one of the following sentences would the native British English speakers likely to use in daily conversation?

  • I have lost my driving license. what do I have to do to get new one?
  • I have lost my driving license. what should I do to get new one?

Is there better way to say that?

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I have lost my driving license. What do I have to do to get new one?

It is fine, but note correction of added capital.

I have lost my driving license. What should I do to get new one?

It is fine, but note correction of added capital. Here in NAm, we'd use driver's license insteading of driving. I don't know what is common in the UK. ON Edit -- or sometimes permit. Driver's permit.

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