For enquiries about getting a driving licence or vehicle registration, contact the DVLA on their information phone lines on 0300 790 6802 (Vehicle Registration) or 0300 790 6801 (Driver Licensing).
To learn more about vehicle registration and driver licensing requirements and procedures, contact the DVLA. The DVLA is the agency that regulates both vehicle and driver registration thus acting at the forefront for road safety. Without the DVLA, unqualified people who don’t know how to drive would be able to get behind the wheel of an unsafe vehicle, which is obviously not a situation anyone would desire.
Contact Numbers for DVLA
To get detailed information and support when registering a vehicle, call them on 0300 790 6802. You should also phone this contact number if you need to get a new vehicle log book or you would like to get your vehicle taxed in the UK.
To get information about licences for driving, you need to dial 0300 790 6801. Furthermore if you need to report a lost or stolen license you should phone this helpline.
You can also reach the medical enquiries line on 0300 790 6806. It’s important to call them on this helpline if you have developed a medical condition that could hinder you from driving well.
If you want to check the licence and record of someone who is applying as your driver, call 09061 393 837, however please note you need permission from the employee your are testing and that this 09 phone number is charged at premium rates.
Contact DVLA by Post
The DVLA can also be reached by post. You just have to send your post to the right address that corresponds to the department you are trying to reach.
For vehicle registration and enquiries (including vehicle tax enquiries) send your post to:
Vehicle Customer Services,
For any enquiry and correspondence related to your driver’s licence please send your letter or form to:
Drivers Customer Services,
To inform the DVLA of a physical ailment that prevents you from driving safely, contact them by sending your letter to the DVLA Medical postal address:
Drivers’ Medical Enquiries,
If you have a complaint regarding the way your case or how you were treated then send a complaint letter to:
Customer Complaints Resolution Team (CCRT),
For more ways to contact the DVLA, see the official set of DVLA contact details provided by the GOV.UK website, or see ContactNumbers.buzz which features all known DVLA contact details compiled into one long page for your convenient reference.