Contact the DVLA on their driver licensing helpline on this phone number 0300 790 6801 if you want to follow up your driver’s licence application or if you want to get detailed information about applying for one.
Contact Numbers of the DVLA
The DVLA has various departments for you to contact the right one depending on your requirements. Check our this awesomely comprehensive DVLA Contact Number page in another UK contact numbers directory, or check our the various telephone number options below – we’ve summed up the main numbers here for your convenience.
If you’re planning on driving your vehicle outside of your privately owned driveway, then you need to get it registered with the DVLA. Learn more about the registration process by calling 0300 790 6802.
If you would like to be a licensed driver in the UK, then call the Driver Licensing department of the DVLA on 0300 790 6801 to get information.
If you would like to inform the DVLA of a medical condition that you have that makes you unworthy of your driver’s licence, then call them on 0300 790 6806.
If you’re in the process of accepting applications for the position of driver, then you should call the DVLA on 09061 393 837 (premium-rate helpline which may cost upwards of £1 per minute to call) to check the drivers’ licences and records.
To see the full list of phone numbers you should visit https://www.gov.uk/contact-the-dvla.
Postal Addresses of the DVLA
You can also correspond with the DVLA by post if you prefer not to call them.
For vehicle registration services, including vehicle taxation enquiries, contact the DVLA’s Vehicle Customer Services by posting:
Vehicle Customer Services,
For driver licensing enquiries, including application, follow-up and renewal, contact he DVLA’s Drivers Customer Services by posting:
Drivers Customer Services,
For medical enquiries or if you would like to formally inform the DVLA of a medical condition you may have that makes you unfit to be on the road, send a post to:
Drivers’ Medical Enquiries,
For complaints regarding the DVLA as a whole or if you’re unsatisfied with a specific part of the process, a government employee or the registration or licence itself, send a post to:
Customer Complaints Resolution Team,