Dial the DVLA Swansea contact number to speak with a DVLA Swansea customer service agent who can help you to tax your vehicle, make a SORN, apply for a licence, assist with log books and plates, schedule a theory or driving test, and more. The DVLA Swansea phone number is open for incoming calls Monday to Friday from 8am to 7pm, and Saturday from 8am to 2pm.
DVLA Swansea Contact Number
0870 218 3497
The DVLA handles all matters related to legally operating a vehicle in the United Kingdom. This includes licensing, vehicle taxes, log books, the issuing of plates, and more. Call the DVLA Swansea telephone number shown here to schedule a theory test or a road test, or to make changes to an existing appointment. Should you have questions about how to tax your vehicle or need to make a SORN in order to avoid paying taxes, DVLA Swansea contact is recommended.
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For assistance, call the DVLA Swansea contact number. Alternately, drivers and vehicle owners can use the contact form found on the Gov.uk website to reach out to the support team. To visit the DVLA Swansea office location, the address is as follows: Rosb Building Sandringham Park, Swansea Vale, Swansea SA7 0EE. Social media contact is also an option, but for scheduling driving tests, paying taxes, or taking care of other personal matters, it is best to contact DVLA using a different method of contact. Note that standard post is also an option, but it can take up to 20 days to receive a response by way of mail.
DVLA Swansea can assist with scheduling theory and driving tests. In most cases, a theory test must be taken and passed before an individual can move on to taking the road driving test. DVLA customer service can provide information on the days and times that tests can be taken and can also provide information on the current costs for testing. To schedule, cancel, or make changes to a test appointment, call the DVLA Swansea contact number. In some cases, a refund can be received when a test is cancelled, but this may not be the case if no effort is made to cancel in advance of the testing date.
To renew a driving licence, contact DVLA Swansea. A fee will need to be paid for each renewal. If your address of other change needs to be made to your licence, there will be no fee for making an update to these details. Lost or stolen licenses should be reported right away by calling the DVLA telephone number. The automated phone line is open 24-hours a day. New or worsening medical conditions should also be reported, as these may impact your ability to keep a licence and legally operate a vehicle in the United Kingdom.
Log Books and Number Plates
All vehicle owners will need a log book and number plate for each vehicle owned. If you have recently purchased a vehicle and are responsible for acquiring these, call the DVLA Swansea support team to make a request. If you have recently sold a vehicle, it is important to contact DVLA to let them know. Doing so will absolve you of any responsibility for the vehicle going forward. Be prepared to provide information about the date of the sale and the new owner. Number plates and log books can be applied for online or by phone.
Making a SORN
If you need to make a SORN for a vehicle that is not being driven on public roads, call the DVLA Swansea phone number to request the proper form. Send an application form (V890) if you wish to apply by way of post. Without an active SORN, vehicle owners will need to pay taxes on each vehicle that they own. Often, a SORN is applied for when a vehicle is not in driving condition, but it can also be applied for when a vehicle is being stored in a garage, on private land, or on a private drive. Contact DVLA if you have any questions about whether or not your personal circumstances would allow for SORN approval.