You can contact the DVLA on the phone by dialling 0300 790 6802 for vehicle registration enquiries or 0300 790 6801 for driving licence enquiries. Both of these numbers are charged at local rates.
Those who wish to drive on the public roads of the UK should submit themselves for skill-proficiency evaluation and testing on road safety rules and laws. If you’re an aspiring driver, you should already know how to drive safely both in theory and in practice. If you’re registering a vehicle, then the vehicle must be road-worthy as well as legally acquired.
Telephone Numbers for DVLA
If you want to get your vehicle registered with the DVLA, then you need to call them up on 0300 790 6802 to learn about all the requirements and process of vehicle registration. You can also call this number for enquiries about vehicle taxation. If you’re having trouble hearing, then you can use the textphone & minicom helpline on 18001 0300 123 1279 instead. You can also contact them by fax on 0300 123 0798 if you need to send them documentation relevant to your vehicle purchase or taxation.
If you’re looking forward to getting your first driver’s licence, then you should contact the DVLA driving helpline on 0300 790 6801, which you should also call to report a lost or stolen driving licence. If you’re having difficulty hearing or if you have a speech impediment then you can contact them via their textphone helpline 18001 0300 123 1278 instead. Details of your enquiry can also be sent through fax to 01792 786 369.
If you have a change in circumstances that affects your health and therefore your ability to drive you can contact them on 0300 790 6806 to establish whether you will need support in order to keep you driving.
If you want to browse the full DVLA directory of telephone numbers, then visit their website at: https://www.gov.uk/contact-the-dvla.