Your queries related to driving license such as license lost, want to change address on license, or change name, track the application etc. can be resolved easily through phone by making call at DVLA driving license applications number 0300 790 6801. The customers who wish to contact Drivers and Vehicle Standards Agency, they need to call DVSA contact number 0300 123 9000. You can also send an email at
[email protected] – THIS EMAIL IS NOT WORKING.
DVLA vehicle tax contact number 0300 790 6802 can be called upon for issues related to vehicles.
Hi, I'm sorry you have been unable to speak to us. The telephone number for our vehicles department is 0300 790 6802 and for our licensing department is 0300 790 6801. Our opening hours are Monday to Friday, 8am – 7pm. Saturdays, 8am – 2pm. (1/2)
— DVLA (@DVLAgovuk) August 5, 2020
However, if you have any concerns or issues about drivers, you need to call DVLA driver license contact number 0300 790 6801.
Hi John, it would be best that you contact us on: 0300 790 6801. Our phone lines are busy. An answer machine message plays when we're experiencing a high of volume of calls. This is to prevent you from queuing too long. Please keep trying and you will speak with an advisor. -Ing.
— DVLA (@DVLAgovuk) July 20, 2020
The contact can also be made through post by writing at the following address:
DVLA, Swansea, SA99 1AR
You need to call DVLA enforcement centre number 0300 790 6808 for resolving your issues and make payments easily.
Hi, you can call our enforcement line on 0300 790 6808 to pay or you can write to the address on the letter to appeal.
— DVLA (@DVLAgovuk) April 25, 2017
DVLA enforcement helpline number (checking it, seem to be disconnected) free phone, can be called upon if you want to report your cases with DVLA.
Postal service can also be used for discussing and resolving medical issues. However, if driving and medical issues are related to bus, lorry or coach, you need to call DVLA medical group number 0300 790 6807 (source) .
You need to contact the respective department you are dealing with for filing complaint. Otherwise you can write a letter at following DVLA complaint address:
Complaints Team, DVLA, Swansea, SA6 7JL
If your complaint is not resolved at this step, you can write a letter to chief executive provided you are making a formal complaint and not asking general enquiries.