Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA)
This policy sets out how DVLA is committed to preventing pollution and improving its environmental performance.
This privacy notice explains how DVLA processes your personal data.
This is a post-implementation review (PIR) of the Motor Vehicles (Driving Licences) (Amendment) Regulations 2013.
This policy explains how DVLA should manage energy to help reduce costs.
How DVLA complies with legislation when releasing data from its driver and vehicle databases.
This consultation seeks your views on allowing drivers who hold a licence to drive cars and light motorcycles which was issued originally in the Cayman Islands to exchange it for a British equivalent, if the driver becomes resident in Great Britain.
The consultation sets out and seeks the views on the terms of a revised transitional scheme for repurchasing the rights to expired certificates of entitlement for personalised vehicle registration numbers.
We are seeking views from personalised registration number dealers and respective trade associations on the management of expired personalised registration numbers.
A PIR of the Motor Vehicles (Driving Licences) Regulations 2011.
Diversity objectives which DVLA is legally required, as a public body, to publish.
Sets out how DVLA collects, holds and shares data.
Seeks views on the strategic direction of the Department for Transport’s motoring services agencies over the life of this Parliament.
This proposal is to introduce an offence for anyone discovered to be holding more than one EU/EEA driving licence at any one time as per the Third European Directive.
Describes the relationship between the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) and the Department for Transport (DfT).
This document sets out the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) enforcement policy for vehicle tax and registration in the UK.
The proposal is to allow drivers who hold a licence to drive large vehicles issued in Switzerland to exchange it for a British equivalent.
As a result of new EU definitions and standards to be implemented by December 2014, DVLA must change the law to remove some exemptions to the rules that cover driving licences.
DVLA developing an online service in addition to the paper channel giving motorists further options to notify changes to their vehicle record electronically.
This consultation outlined proposals to harmonise vehicle registration and licensing services in Northern Ireland with those in Great Britain so that all customers could benefit from the provision of the same modern electronic services.
A proposal to reduce driving licence fees for first time applicants, 10 year renewals and for smart tachograph users.
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