When you need information about vehicle registration in the UK, contact the DVLA vehicle registration helpline on this phone number: 0300 790 6802. And for driving licence enquiries, call 0300 790 6801.
The registration of vehicles is a very important role that the DVLA performs. This is important, because through this function those vehicles that are unfit for use on the UK public roads are weeded out. This same exclusion process is used to exclude driver licence applicants who are not fit to be behind the wheel. When both functions work flawlessly, the DVLA’s regulation and registration functions are a big factor in keeping the UK streets safe for drivers, commuters and pedestrians.
Telephone Numbers for DVLA
If you have any questions regarding your application for a UK driving licence, then dial their customer helpline on 0300 790 6801. If you’re deaf, then dial 18001 0300 123 1278. If you need to send them a document containing relevant information then please use the fax number 01792 786 369.
If you have questions about your vehicle registration and taxation, then you should call 0300 790 6802 to learn more. Their textphone line is also open for those who can’t hear very well; this textphone service can be contacted on 18001 0300 123 1279. If you feel you can explain your situation more effectively via fax then dial 0300 123 0798 on your machine to send them documents.
If you have questions about your driver medical record or if you have had a change of circumstances which may affect your driving ability then please call their medical enquiries phone helpline 0300 790 6806.
To get a full list of all the official phone numbers for the DVLA, visit their official website www.gov.uk/contact-the-dvla or alternatively view the comprehensive set of DVLA contact details on ContactNumbers.buzz to view less commonly used numbers as well as a wide range of alternative contact details including email and postal addresses.