If you want to ask about vehicle registration, then all you have to do is to contact the DVLA on their vehicle registration & tax phone number 0300 790 6802.
When you want to get a licence for driving or if you want to register a vehicle in the UK, then you have to go to the DVLA. Driving is a very serious matter that entails a lot of responsibilities, particularly for the safety of others, and as such anyone who is given a licence to drive should be properly evaluated and their details should be stored correctly in case they need to be referred to in criminal cases. This is what the DVLA is for.
When you have already reached the proper age at which you can legally drive, then you can go to the DVLA for more information – or you can contact them on their information phone lines. They also have specific departments that handle other aspects of driving like vehicle registration, taxation and driver medical enquiries.
Telephone Numbers for DVLA
If you want to call them up for enquiries about vehicle registration, then dial 0300 790 6802 on the phone or 18001 0300 123 1279 if you require Textphone services. You can also send documents to them by fax on 0300 123 0798.
If you want to ask about driver licences, then just call their phone number 0300 790 6801 or dial 18001 0300 123 1278 if you are hard-of-hearing and therefore require textphone or minicom services. You can also fax your enquiries or relevant documentation to 01792 786 369.
These are just some of the DVLA contact numbers that you can call. If you want to get a full list of their department telephone numbers, then visit www.gov.uk/contact-the-dvla and choose the specific reason why you want to reach the DVLA.
Complaints about the DVLA
In the regrettable circumstance that you have complaints about your experience with the DVLA then contact them by using this online form: