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DVLA Borehamwood Office Location
Please note that the DVLA office located in London Borehamwood was closed at the end of 2013 by the DVLA as part of a sweeping reformation aimed at saving money and making the best possible use of available funds. The reformations included moving DVLA offices to a central location in Swansea, Wales, to provide one united hub for all services, and moving more of the DVLA office’s workload onto digital systems like the DVLA websites. While this move has been uncertainly received, the end result is a DVLA with more money available to help its customers and a more responsive, streamlined design that can do its job more effectively.
If you need to get in touch with the DVLA now that the local offices have shut down, you can use the DVLA Enquiries number to the right of the screen.
The postal address/location of the new central DVLA office is:
1 Sandringham Park
Ground Floor East
Or look it up on the Google Images map below!
Why Might I Need To Get In Contact With The DVLA?
You may need to get in touch with the DVLA for any number of reasons. The DVLA is the government agency responsible for regulating and distributing driving licences, registering vehicle tax and ensuring no road tax evasion, matching vehicles to their owners and keeping track of vehicle ownership records, and generating custom licence plates to those who want them.
Therefore if you’re looking to take a driving test, either practical or theory, or if you have enquiries to make about your road tax or vehicle registration, feel free to call the DVLA on the contact number to the right of this page. The contact line is always open, and is staffed by customer service specialists who have been trained to deal with any issues you may have. They will also be able to sell you a customer licence plate of your choosing, going that extra step to really make your vehicle yours.
The main DVLA office in Swansea is open from 9am to 6pm every day, and their phone lines are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
If you’ve got any issues to do with driving, vehicle registration or tax, or your driving qualifications, call the DVLA today or visit their official website to get in touch, tell them about your problem, and work together to fix it.