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DVLA phone no 0843 168 0212

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DVLA phone no 0843 168 0212

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You may find yourself needing to ring the DVLA Phone Number for a wide range of reasons relating to driving your vehicle or learning to do so.
Some of the common reasons to use the DVLA Phone Number are:
Buying Car Tax, more information about buying a personalised registration plate, you want to enquire about applying for a provisional driving licence.
You need to replace a lost, stolen or damaged driving licence.

You are trying to use the DVLA’s online services and are experiencing problems or having issues completing process such as buying your Car Tax
You need further assistance with any of the services that are provided by the DVLA
Typical DVLA General Enquiries And Services

DVLA phone no 0843 168 0212

 

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Car and Tax Discs
Driving Licences
Vehicles
Blue Badge Questions
Driving Tests and learning to drive
Driving with a disability
Car Registration
Medical Conditions that affect driving ability
Provisional driving licences
Logbooks (or V5C)
Changing to a photocard licence
Licences for other vehicles, such as motorbikes, buses, coaches and lorries

DVLA phone no 0843 168 0212

ABOUT VEHICLE REGISTRATION
Vehicle registration is essentially evidence that you have paid taxes and fees for driving a car on public roads legally.
Vehicle registration is mandatory, when:
You have urchased a new vehicle, built, rebuilt or altered a vehicle, you have imported a vehicle.
How do I apply for a provisional driving licence?
Whilst you are learning to drive you will need a provisional licence in order to get behind the wheel of a car. At this stage you must be supervised by a qualified instructor, or a friend/family member, who has a full licence, and you are not allowed to drive on motorways. To apply for a provisional licence you can either make your application online, through the DVLA website, or go to the Post Office to make a postal application. If you apply online the price for a provisional licence is £34; a nine pound saving on the £43 charge to apply by post.
To apply for your provisional driving licence online you will need your passport number, and national insurance number to hand. You can apply online on the DVLA website.
If you have an enquiry about licensing which you would like to speak to the DVLA by telephone about, then call: 0843 168 0212.

 

DVLA – GENERAL INFO
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency, or the DVLA, was formed in 1965. The county councils around the UK were originally responsible for vehicle registration, as per the Motor Car Act of 1903.
However, this system was changed in 1969, with central government control taking place and being initially based around the 180 local registration offices. By 1971, this number of offices had been reduced to just 81 and as of 2014, there are no local office to be found, due to money saving initiatives.
The DVLA headquarters can be found in Swansea and this building was constructed in 1967. All the services that were originally provided by local offices can now be dealt with via the DVLA Swansea office. DVLA phone no 0843 168 0212.


RECENT DRIVING LICENCE CHANGES
Since June 2015, the paper counterpart of a driving licence is no longer valid and is no longer issued by DVLA. Previously, the counterpart was produced to display details which did not fit on the photocard licence, such as the vehicle categories that you are entitled to drive and information on any endorsement/penalty points.
If you already have a paper counterpart, you can destroy it, but you need to keep hold of your photocard licence.

DVLA phone no 0843 168 0212.
Paper driving licences which were issued before the introduction of the photocard in 1998 are still valid and should not be destroyed- you will be provided with a Photocard when you renew your licence.
Penalty points are now recorded electronically and won’t be written on photocard licences or paper driving licences.
If you need to see information on your driving licence, including penalty points and what vehicles you can drive, the DVLA has a free driving licence viewing service that you can use.
If you drive for a living and your employer asks you to provide information on your driving records, you can access the Share Driving Licence service for free. You can use this service to generate a ‘check code’ to pass to the organisation which needs your details.

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DVLA contact –
Vehicle customer services
DVLA
Swansea
SA99 1AR

DVLA phone no 0843 168 0212

 

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