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Opening times for DVLA's contact centre over Christmas and the New Year.
Images of the latest online scams targeting motorists have been revealed by DVLA to help drivers spot and report them quickly.
Personalised registrations are more popular than ever, according to DVLA, with Sam and Dan revealed as the most popular names searched for by customers.
DVLA and the National Franchised Dealers Association (NFDA) are working together to encourage motor dealers to use DVLA's online services.
DVLA’s contact centre will close at 2pm on Saturday 28 November instead of our usual 4pm due to essential maintenance.
The time it takes motorists to receive a duplicate log book (V5C) has been slashed from 6 weeks to just 5 days, as a result of a new online service launched this week by DVLA.
Photocard licences or entitlement to drive that expires between 1 February and 31 December 2020 have been extended for 11 months from the date of expiry.
Customers now have more DVLA online services to choose from than ever before.
With the addition of the new online service, customers can update the address on both their driving licence and log book in less than 5 minutes on GOV.UK.
The new online service will cut the amount of time it takes for motorists to receive a new log book from up to 6 weeks to just 5 working days.
The extension applies to drivers with a photocard driving licence due to expire between 1 February and 31 August 2020.
DVLA's contact centre opening times, for critical workers only, over the spring bank holiday.
DVLA is reminding customers that the only official place to find our services and information is on GOV.UK. Cyber scams are common so we want to help our customers to spot fraudulent activity.
DVLA's contact centre opening times, for key workers only, over the early May bank holiday.
Temporary change applies to drivers whose licences are due to expire or have expired since 1 January 2020.
DVLA's contact centre opening times over Easter - for key workers only.
DVLA has released some of the more inventive excuses that people have used this year for not taxing their vehicles.
DVLA has revealed a 20% rise in scams reported to their contact centre, with 1,538 reports about suspected vehicle tax scams during the last 3 months of 2019.
DVLA is back on the road targeting motorists across the UK with a communications campaign that has a clear message for those who take a chance on not taxing their vehicle – tax it or lose it.
DVLA is supporting 12 members of staff who are working towards accountancy qualifications, putting them on track to become qualified accountants.
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