DVLA Customer Service Glasgow - 0870 025 0121
If you are living in Glasgow and are thinking of buying a new car or a second hand car, make sure you know how much vehicle tax rate you would need to pay. Vehicle tax or car tax or road tax is the vehicle road use tax levied as excise duty that must be paid for most types of vehicles that are to be used or parked on the public roads in the UK. All motor vehicles that are used on the public roads in the UK must display tax disc as a proof of payment. The tax disc or vehicle license will not be issued without prior proof that the vehicle has valid MOT and insurance.
Car vehicle tax rate is based on the engine size, fuel type, and CO2 emissions. Basically for cars that are registered before 1st of March 2010 the vehicle tax rate depends on its engine size. And for cars that are registered on or after 1st of March 2010, the vehicle tax rate depends on the fuel type and CO2 emissions.
There are certain vehicles that are exempt from the vehicle tax. Vehicles used by disabled persons, disabled passenger vehicles, historic vehicles, electric vehicles, mowing machines, steam vehicles, vehicles used for agriculture, horticulture, and forestry, and mobility scooters, powered wheel chairs, and invalid carriages are exempt from the vehicle tax.
For car tax disc queries, you would need to contact the DVLA. The DVLA (Driver & Vehicle Licensing Agency) is a British Government agency. Created in 1990 by the Department of Transport, the agency was founded to replace the aging DVLC (Driver & Vehicle Licensing Centre). The DVLA operates a fully automated 24 hour telephone service, enabling the drivers to make sure they keep their information fully up to date, buying a tax disc when needed, obtaining a new driving licence or report a vehicle not road worthy or taxed at any time.
The agency is also responsible for issuing licenses to new drivers, new drivers applying for provisional license, issuing blue badges for disabled drivers, helping the Police and Intelligence services as best as possible, and updating records on damaged or stolen vehicles.
You can contact the DVLA in Glasgow using our DVLA contact number 0870 025 0121. At Number bank, we provide the DVLA contact numbers Glasgow for general enquiries, vehicle registration, tax enquiries, drivers’ medical enquiries, and DVLA Swansea contact number.
Call DVLA in Glasgow at 0870 025 0121 and find out how much vehicle tax rate you need to pay. Or if at all you are exempt from paying the same.