DVLA Contact Info
DVLA Opening Hours
Mon-Fri 8am – 7pm | Sat 8am-2pm
The DLVA is the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency. Their headquarters are based in Swansea, Wales and has 39 offices around the UK. The DVLA is an executive agency of the Department of Transport. The DLVA introduced Electronic Vehicle Licensing in 2004. This made it possible for people to make payment over the telephone or online. https://www.gov.uk/sold-bought-vehicle Tell DVLA you’ve sold or bought a vehicle
You need to tell DVLA when you’ve sold or bought a vehicle as a registered keeper or motor trader. You can find out more information about selling or buying a vehicle using this service before submitting any information to DVLA. You can’t use this service if you’ve already sent your V5C by post. To use this service you’ll need: the 11 digit reference number from the latest registration certificate (V5C) the permission of the buyer or seller, if you’re acting on their behalf Any full months of vehicle tax will be refunded to the name and address on the current V5C.
The quickest way to contact DVLA is by using the telephone number at the top of the page. However, we have listed their address and website too if you'd like to try contacting them that way.
Here at Customer Service Support we recommend putting your complaint in writing to DVLA. A telephone call, followed by a written complaint could help your query be resolved more quickly. What’s more, you’ll have a written record of your communication with DVLA for future reference should you need it.
The peak time for most companies receiving calls is around 5-6pm, so try and avoid lengthy call queues by contacting them during the day if possible. However, the full opening hours for DVLA are Mon-Fri 8am - 7pm | Sat 8am-2pm
At Customer Service Support we’ve listed a wide range of companies alongside their full contact details so that you don’t have to scour the web for hours! Using our easy to navigate website you can quickly search for Customer Service details and live chat too! Simply enter the company name you’re looking for and follow the instructions on screen.
If you have changed address you should let the DVLA know as soon as possible. You’ll need to update your driving licence, vehicle log book (V5C) and your Direct Debit for vehicle tax.
You can make most of the required changes online via the DVLA website and these changes are usually very simple to do yourself.
The only way to cancel your vehicle tax is to tell DVLA that your vehicle has been:
sold or transferred to someone else
taken on the road (e.g. SORN)
written off by your insurer
scrapped at a vehicle scrapyard
stolen (you’ll have to apply for a refund separately)
exported out of the UK
registered as exempt from vehicle tax