DVLA Contact Number

The DVLA contact number below provides connection to this call connection service

dvla contact number 0913 232 5750
8.00 am to 7.00 pm Monday to Friday, 8.00am to 2.00pm Saturday

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Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA contact number)

An executive agency falling under the department of Transport which is an arm of the Government of the United Kingdom. It was established with the main objective of maintaining a comprehensive database of all the drivers as well as the vehicles in the region.

The jurisdiction of DVLA covers Great Britain where the countries within the region work in collaboration with the head office that is located in Swansea, South Wales. Countries covered comprise of England, Wales, Scotland as well as Ireland. To ensure efficient and reliable service delivery, DVLA has offices located all over the region as well as having the DVLA contact number easily accessible by anyone from any region.

Issuance of a driver’s license is one of the core duties of the agency, DVLA is charged with the responsibility of issuing driving licenses to new road users, the issuance is pegged on the applicant passing the recommended driving test. The agency also issues replacement driving licenses to lost, misplaced or worn out driving license.

In the United Kingdom, the driver’s license is mandatory in order to operate a motor vehicle, the license clearly stipulates the car class and also the validity of the license and it is a criminal offence to drive without a proper and valid driving license. In case of a renewal a driver can access the DVLA contact number which is available from the internet.

DVLA is also concerned with keeping a record of all vehicles registered in the region, the databank keeps changing with new vehicle registration being added while cars written off have their vehicle identification number (VIN) flagged in the database.

Revenue collection plays a crucial part in the running of the agency, issuance and renewal of driving licenses and private number plates attract a fee. Other services provided by DVLA also come at a charge; this includes transfer of ownership, vehicle excise duty, congestion charge when entering central London as well as traffic fines. A person can access the services offered through the local post office or contacting the DVLA contact number.