If you are looking for a DVLA contact number you have come to the right place. The main
DVLA Swansea contact number for all general inquiries is: 0300 790 6802. However, there are many Freephone numbers for different departments and we are here to help you find the right DVLA number.
The DVLA is the Driver Vehicle Licensing Authority and it is the body responsible for licensing of all UK drivers and vehicles. It is part of the Department for transport and keeps a database of all vehicles and drivers, as well as managing road tax and registration numbers.
If you are in Northern Ireland you would need to get in touch with the DVA (Driver and Vehicle Agency) and we haven’t included their details on this page.
The DVLA is the right organisation to contact if you are looking to apply for a driving licence, sort out your car tax or check out a car details before you buy it. Here are the main DVLA contact numbers you need:
- For vehicle registration enquiries – (Freephone) 0300 790 6802
- For driver licence enquiries – (Freephone) 0300 790 6801
- For SORN and vehicle tax – (Freephone) 0300 790 6802
- For changes to your driving licence – (Freephone) 0300 790 6801
- For a lost driving licence – (Freephone) 0300 790 6801
- For reporting medical problems that will affect your driving – (Freephone) 0300 790 6806
- For general enquires – 0870 042 1101 (this number costs 13p per minute plus other charges)
Other useful contact numbers:
- To speak to a Welsh-speaking DVLA representative – 0300 790 6819
- For inquiries regarding MOT and vehicle testing – call the DVSA – 0300 123 9000
- For personalised registration plates – 0300 123 0883
Why do I need to contact the DVLA?
If you wish to drive on public roads anywhere in the UK then you need a driver licence from the DVLA and your vehicle needs to be registered and taxed with them. So if you have any queries about driving licences, vehicle registration or vehicle taxation, the DVLA is the right authority to get in touch with.
There are other services which they offer and can help motorists with as well including if you need to declare that your car is currently off-road (SORN) or to request a personalised registration plate. You can also check out cars that you are planning to buy.
If you have any questions or queries about a vehicle log book or a car tax payment, or if you have any health issues which might impact your ability to drive, then you should also get in touch with the relevant DVLA department.
If you have difficulties getting hold of the correct DVLA Department there is also a call forwarding number which you can use: 0300 790 6802. Calls to this number cost 7p per minute plus additional charges and it will connect you through to the DVLA helpline.
The line is provided by Contact DVLA, which is a third party company aiming to help anyone trying to get through to the DVLA in the UK. They understand that it can be difficult to get through to the right person, and how frustrating it can be when you get left on hold.
The Contact DVLA service is committed to holding the very latest contact information for the DVLA as well as information about their services. It means you don’t have to try to work out which is the best line to call – just call our line at 7p per minute and they will find the right DVLA line for you.
There are also numerous other ways to contact the DVLA, other than by phone:
Contact the DVLA Online:
- [email protected]
Write to the DVLA:
Vehicle Customer Services
Drivers Customer Services
Make a complaint
Chief Executive’s Office