Medical Conditions that you Must Report to the DVLA There’s no legal age at which you must stop driving. You can decide when to stop, but medical conditions can affect your driving and might mean you have to give up your driving licence until you can meet the medical standards of fitness to drive again.…

How to Change Your Address with the DVLA It is thought that there are over 2.5 Million driving licences with an out of date address. If you get stopped by a Police Officer, and you haven’t taken the time to inform the DVLA of a change of address, then you risk incurring a £1,000 fine.…

Moving home involves a lot of organising. In between telling all of your energy suppliers of your new home address and sorting out your mail forwarding, it is easy for important things to get missed. One of things you must not allow to get forgotten is telling the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) that…

Driving a motor vehicle on the public highway takes all of your senses, anticipation and lots of due care and attention. Whilst you may not think that a minor condition you may be experiencing is any major cause for concern, it could contribute to a significant impairment to your driving ability. Form FEP1 There are…

While you are easily able to register your vehicle as ‘off the road’ without giving the DLVA a call, it is suggested that you do use the DVLA contact number SORN. It is going to make life a whole lot easier for you if you speak to somebody directly! Registering your vehicle as off the…

There are several reasons as to why one may want to get hold of the DVLA contact number. Here, we are going to discuss a few of the main reasons as to why people will want to Contact Them. It is probably worth noting that calling them through the DVLA telephone number is going to…