DVLA PHONE NUMBER 0843 168 0212
Some of the reasons why you may need to contact the DVLA :
Car and Tax Discs
Blue Badge Questions
Driving Tests and learning to drive
Driving with a disability
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 – 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 car registration 0843 168 0212.
DVLA : 0843 168 0212
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