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The DVLA takes many different payment methods for car tax. The DVLA car tax can be paid by a bank transfer, cash or a credit card. A payment proof is required before application for car tax. For more information you can call DVLA directly at 0870 025 0121
The DVLA does not notify you when an MOT is due, however you can look up the status of your vehicle's MOT on the government website.
If the passport is past the expiry date, it is no longer a valid document and the DVLA will be unable to accept it.
You must inform the DVLA of a change of engine and provide them with the new engine serial number. A section of you v5 will be made for this purpose.
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The DVLA (driving and vehicle licensing authority) is responsible for issuance of licenses to individuals in UK. However, you need to be more specific about which cover are you talking about and in which context.
I think you'd be better off getting in touch with the DVLA and ask them directly - I've never heard of them telling people to get a private licence. The DVLA is the only place that issues driving licences in the UK.
yes its easy just register it with the DVLA then talk 2 them about it and they will do the rest yes its easy just register it with the DVLA then talk 2 them about it and they will do the rest
Yes but you have to tell DVLA
In order to book a DVLA theory test to get a license, one must use the online booking system. For the test, be sure to bring a provisional license and be prepared to drive.
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DVLA do not charge for change of title ownership.
In the UK... Apply for a provisional licence from the DVLA. Take a recognised driving course. Pass the theory test. Pass the practical test. Send your pass certificate and provisional to the DVLA. They will issue your full licence.
In the UK the "DVLA" means Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency. The DVLA database is therefore a record of all the driving licence information and the vehicles registered in Britain. It can be used by the police (and to some extent insurance companies) to check that a person is allowed to drive on British roads, if the vehicle being driven is taxed and insured and who actually owns a vehicle.
DVLA - drivers and vehicle licencing agency
1. January 1983 by DVLA Swansea
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You will have to contact the DVLA, see http://www.dvla.gov.uk/onlineservices.aspx
I think it is because the DVLA wanted it that way.
Contact your nearest DVLA they should help you out.
Take a look at the DVLA site, under Britons Abroad.