To contact DVLA tap on or dial the number below.

Driver Enquiries:
0913 598 0133

Vehicle Enquiries:
0913 598 0134

Calls cost £2 per minute, plus your phone company's access charge. is a ICSS call connection service that is not associated or affiliated with DVLA. Other contact details for this company can be found here

Now Includes Call Recording!

After dialing the number above and hearing the welcome message you will be prompted to press 1 to record your call, or 2 to continue without recording the call. If you chose to record your call and you rang from a mobile you will receive an SMS with a PIN. If you called from a landline then you can retrieve the call by selecting the option ‘I don’t have a PIN’.

DVLA's Customer Service Opening Times

Mon – Fri: 8.00am – 7.00pm

About DVLA

The DVLA (its name an acronym of Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency) holds more than 47 million driver records and more than 39 million vehicle records. The executive agency of the Department for Transport records and maintains the registration and licensing of road users in Great Britain, and provides the licensing and registration of motor vehicles while enforcing and collecting the Vehicle Excise Duty (which equates to more than £5 billion each year). More specifically, the DVLA is responsible for recording driver records including medical conditions, endorsements and disqualifications, issuing photocard licenses and vehicle registration certificates, and issuing tachograph cards. The DVLA is also responsible for taking enforcement action against vehicle owners who have evaded tax, and assisting police and intelligence authorities regarding road and vehicle-based crime. The executive agency also sells personalised number plates. Its activities help to keep the UK’s roads safer, reduce crime and support endeavours such as environmental awareness and carbon reduction.

DVLA Customer Services

A fully automated 24-hour telephone service is in operation to allow drivers to ensure their information is up to date in addition to offering services such as road tax renewal, new driver licence application, and to report vehicle roadworthiness. This system also allows drivers to report their tax situation if a vehicle is untaxed for some reason. The main customer service number is open during regular office hours Monday to Friday and can deal with issues such as reporting a lost licence, updating vehicle records, buying or selling private number plates, or notification of death, changes in medical condition or penalty points.

Alternative ways to contact DVLA

Headquarters: Long View Rd Swansea, West Glamorgan SA6 7JL

DVLA website

Disclaimer is a ICSS call connection service that is not associated or affiliated with DVLA. A direct phone number for DVLA can be found here or by searching the public domain. Callers must be 18 or over and have the bill payer’s permission. If you are unclear on the access call charges, then please check with your specified telephone supplier for exact details.

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