The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency is an Executive Agency of the Department for Transport (DfT).
The Agency is accountable to the Secretary of State and Ministers and, through them, to Parliament and the public, for efficient and effective management of the Agency and its responsibilities.
DVLA primary aims are to facilitate road safety and general law enforcement by maintaining registers of drivers and vehicles, and to collect vehicle excise duty (car tax).
Find information about driving licences, medical conditions, learning to drive, entitlement to drive, endorsements/disqualifications, driving abroad and what to do when you have changed your address and/or name.
Find information about taxing your vehicle, informing DVLA your vehicle is off road, registering your vehicle, number plates and registration marks (including personalised registration numbers), importing/exporting vehicles, fighting vehicle crime and consumer advice on buying a used vehicle.
Forms, Leaflets & Customer Surveys
Look here for online application forms and information leaflets for you to download.