If you own a vehicle in the UK, it will be more likely than not that you’d bump into the DVLA a few times in your life. Such times are whenever you move house, when you buy or sell a car, or when your licence expires. Don’t worry about whether it’s too complex, we’ve got a handful of helpful guides to ease your interactions with the DVLA.
Have you recently bought or sold a car? You need to update the address registered to the car with the DVLA. Not to worry! We’ve got you covered with our handy guide.
Thanks to the internet, a lot of services have allowed for online payments – including your car tax! Learn how to tax your car online using our helpful guide.
Will you or your child be learning how to drive soon? The DVLA requires learner drivers to have a provisional driving licence on hand whenever they drive. Read our guide on how to get your provisional driving licence!
Have you checked the expiry date on your licence recently? If your driving licence is about to expire, you’ll need to get in touch with the DVLA to renew it. Read our quick and easy guide to getting your driving licence renewed and get one done within minutes.
Whenever you move homes, you need to update the address registered to your driving licence. As the main form of ID in the UK, it’s highly recommended that you get this done as soon as you’ve moved! Not sure how to do it? We’ve got you covered with our guide to updating your driving licence address with DVLA.
Something that quite a lot of car owners don’t realise is the importance of keeping your V5C book up to date. The V5C is necessary to sell your car, alter the name or address linked to the car, and it also has a reference number you need when paying road tax. In our guide, we take you through what you need to know about using the DVLA’s online system to update your vehicle log book.