DVLA Driving Licence Enquiries Phone Number
0843 116 0011
DVLA Vehicle Enquiries Phone Number
0843 116 0012
DVLA Tax Disc and SORN enquiries Phone Number
0843 116 0013
DVLA Medical enquiries Phone Number(car or motorcycle)
0843 116 0014
DVLA Medical enquiries Phone Number(bus, coach or lorry)
0843 116 0015
DVLA enquiries Registered Office
1 Sandringham Park,
Ground Floor East,
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About Drivers Licences
A licence is required for driving motorised vehicles on any public road. Public road refers to those roads for which the Local authority, Department of Transport, Environment and Regions are accountable. In Northern Ireland, maintenance of public roads is the responsibility of the department of Environment.
Driving licence types
There are two types of Driving Licences:
- Provisional driving licence
- Full Licence
About Vehicle Registration
Vehicle registration is essentially evidence that you have paid taxes and fees for driving a car on public roads legally.
Vehicle registration is mandatory, when:
- You’ve purchased a new vehicle
- Built, rebuilt or altered a vehicle
- You’ve imported a vehicle
Depending on the circumstances stated above, you should complete the relevant application forms and send them to your local DVLA office.
Registration for new vehicles
If your vehicle is brand new, imported, a kit car, vintage, classic, radically altered or rebuilt, it may not be registered with the DVLA. Dealers usually arrange for registration when a brand new car is bought, however for all other cases, you should follow the procedure below.
About Car Tax Disc
There is no need to renew your car tax disc at the post office, you can now submit new applications, renewals and refund requests online in a matter of minutes!
You must tax all of your vehicles in the UK and the tax disc has to be displayed on the front windshield in order to use public roads and motorways. Failure to display a valid UK car tax disc can mean that your vehicle could be confiscated and the owner may be fined a minimum of £1000.
You will often find long queues at either your local post office or DVLA office when the time comes to renew your car tax disc. If you have not brought all of the essential documents or filled out the forms correctly, you will need to start the whole queuing process again, wasting your valuable time. This is not an issue when renewing online as you can apply from the comfort of your own home, while you’re at work or even from your laptop if you are on holiday! Renewals can be started from the fifth day of the month that your disc is due to expire and the last submissions are accepted a day before the expiry.
Using the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA), you can now renew your tax disc online, however in order to submit an application you must be a registered keeper of the car. The following are essential details that you’ll need to know before getting started:
About Medical Enquiries
The role of medial standards and guidelines is to encourage road safety measures in public places. In addition, these guidelines promote safe driving by creating reviews for drivers who have existing medical conditions; these reviews show whether they’ll be able to fulfil the medical requirements which are essential for safe driving.
Valuable medial information for drivers
The following are interesting facts about the effect excessive tiredness or sleepiness have on drivers: