DVLA Medical Contact 0843 168 0212
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Contact DVLA Swansea
To contact DVLA please call 0843 168 0212
|DVLA Phone Number||0843 168 0212|
|DVLA Swansea Phone Number||0843 168 0212|
|DVLA Medical Customer Service||0843 168 0212|
|DVLA Medical Customer Services||0843 168 0212|
|DVLA MedicalSwansea||SwanseaSA99 1BA
|Hours:||Monday – Saturday|
|DVLA Department||Call||Opening Hours|
|Vehicle Registration and Tax||0843 168 0212||8am-7pm Monday to Friday8am-2pm on Saturdays|
|Driving Licence Enquiries||0843 168 0212||8am-7pm Monday to Friday8am-2pm on Saturdays|
|DVLA Medical Enquiries||0843 168 0212||8am-5:30pm Monday to Friday8am-1pm on Saturdays|
Here at ContactHelpline we are dedicated to helping you to get in touch with the various companies located across the UK. If you were looking for the contact information to reach the customer service team at DVLA Medical you have certainly landed on the right page. Common searches for DLVA Medical include Complaints, Conditions, and Customer Services, whichever department you would like to get in contact with simply dial 0843 168 0212, by dialing this number your call will be forwarded to the helpline staff who will be more than happy to deal with your call.
The DVLA Medical helpline can be busy during peak hours, the Swansea head office deal with all types of customer enquiries via phone and post, whatever your issue you can contact the customer service team today by calling the contact number listed.
Why Do Customers Call DVLA Medical?
- General Enquiries
- Report changes
- Licence advance
- Driving license Enquiries
- Tax, MOT and insurance
- Driving test
- Number plates, registration and log books
- Buying, selling or scrapping
- Disabled driving and medical conditions
- Penalty points and fines
- Driving abroad
- Lorries, buses and coaches
- Tuition and Testing
- Parking and public transport
- Adapting a vehicle
DVLA medical enquiries
The DVLA can be contacted if you have recently suffered an illness or injury which may affect your ability to drive a car safely. Their trained team of advisors will determine whether you will still be able to use your vehicle or whether you will have to purchase specially adapted models to be able to drive. Please note that driving whilst suffering a known medical condition that severely affects your ability to drive is an offence and you may be criminally charged if you do not comply with the relevant DVLA regulations.
The DVLA is the organisation responsible for the upkeep of a database of UK drivers and vehicles. It forms a part of the Department for transport and also manages Driving Licenses, Road Tax and private number registration plates. Note: The equivalent agency in Northern Ireland is the Driver and Vehicle Agency (DVA) and cannot be contacted using the details on this website. Whether you want to apply for your first driving licence, or check the details of a car before you purchase, you can contact the DVLA today by calling the number above.
The DVLA Medical team deal with a high volume of calls, you may prefer to call during less popular hours, try again later on, or even contact them via post if the problem is not urgent.
DVLA stands for the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency, and is an organisation within the UK government that is responsible for maintaining a database of drivers and vehicles across the country. The DVLA issues driving licences while also collecting road tax and providing personalised registration plates to UK drivers.
Contact DVLA by Email:
To email the DVLA about issues such as vehicle tax, making a Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN), driving licenses and applications, it’s best to find the appropriate email address for that department, rather than sending to the general enquiries DVLA email address. The email addresses you need to contact the DVLA are as follows:
Write to the DVLA:
The DVLA has centres based all over the UK, but its headquarters can be found in Swansea. If you need to write to the DVLA or post a form (such as a driving license renewal) then you will need to use the appropriate address. The following are its primary contact addresses in Swansea:
Vehicle Customer Services
Drivers Customer Services
DVLA Medical Address
If you prefer to write to them, you can also send your post to:
Drivers’ medical enquiries,
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