To contact the DVLA about your driver licensing enquiries, just dial their driver licence customer service phone number 0300 790 6801.
Both drivers and vehicles have to be registered with the DVLA (Driver & Vehicle Licensing Agency) before they are legally allowed to be on UK roads.
This is very important because not everyone can be a good driver and similarly not all vehicle are road-worthy. It is the DVLA’s unique responsibility to ensure that only those drivers and vehicle who qualify are made legal in the UK. This is why if you want to get your driver licence, then your skills must be impeccable, and a similarly high standard must be imposed upon the vehicles which are driven in the country.
Phone Numbers for the DVLA
If you are planning on registering your vehicle with the DVLA because you want to drive it on UK public roads, then just dial 0300 790 6802. You can also dial 18001 0300 123 1279 if you require the use of a textphone service because you’re hard of hearing. You can also send documents relevant to your vehicle registration using their fax number 0300 123 0798, for example if you need to send them details from your vehicle log book (V5C certificate).
If you want to apply for a driving licence with the DVLA, then you need to call them on 0300 790 6801. You can ask the DVLA for details as to the requirements of the application procedure or even the status of your application. If you’re hearing-impaired, then dial 18001 0300 123 1278. They can also be faxed on +44 (0)1792 786 369.
If you have a medical condition that could in any way affect your driving skills, then inform them on 0300 790 6806. Similarly you should phone this helpline if you have had a change of medical circumstances which you need advice about on how to stay independent on the roads.
To get a full list of all the phone numbers which you can use to contact the different departments of the DVLA, then visit contactnumbers.buzz/dvla/ or www.gov.uk/contact-the-dvla/. Both of these sites also feature a comprehensive set of postal contact details and alternative contact methods for anyone struggling to get in touch with the DVLA by convenient means.