DVLA will be hosting its second webchat on 17 September 2014 at 10am about the changes to vehicle tax.

Other DVLA contact numbers

DVLA General Enquiries: 0870 025 0121
DVLA Vehicle Registration / Tax Enquiries: 0870 025 0133
Driving Licence Enquiries: 0870 025 0095
DVLA Change of Address Request: 0870 025 0045


DVLA is holding its second webchat to give customers and stakeholders another opportunity to ask questions about changes to vehicle tax being introduced from 1 October 2014.

A transcript of the previous webchat is available to view online.

You can also read our guide on how the changes will affect you and find out how we’ve been managing the campaign by reading the Inside DVLA blog

This is your opportunity to speak with us direct, we look forward to your questions. Get chatting.


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