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This move allowed the DVLA to establish its base of operations in Swansea, Wales, and begin working largely via the internet – by focusing on online services, the DVLA is able to quickly and efficiently respond to enquiries at any time of the day or night, regardless of where in the country the customer is. As the DVLA is the primary Government agency regulating drivers, driving licences and road safety standards, these enquiries may be for any reason and are usually very important.
To contact the central DVLA office in Swansea, use the dedicated customer enquiries phone number listed at the side of this page.
DVLA Leeds Office Prior Location
The DVLA local office serving Leeds was previously located at the following address:
DVLA Registered Office
And can be seen in this image highlighting its previous location. Please note that this location is no longer active, and the DVLA office previously located there no longer exists.
The new location of the central Swansea DVLA office is:
1 Sandringham Park
Ground Floor East
You can use the address listed above to send post, including letters and completed forms/applications to the DVLA, or if you need to physically go and visit the location, the address can be used to find it. It is also shown below on a handy Google maps image.
What Can The DVLA Do For Me?
Being an official branch of Government dedicated to registering and monitoring driving licences and vehicles, the DVLA can provide help with a variety of services. Its four main areas of responsibility are:
- Issuing driving licences and ensuring tests meet the right standard of quality
- Car tax and ensuring every driver has a valid tax disk
- Registering vehicle ownership and updating records when vehicles change hands
- Selling and tracking personalised registration plates
More Information About DVLA Leeds
The DVLA is an executive branch of government, responsible for driving licences, vehicle registration and tax.
The agency had 39 offices based locally around the UK. At the end of 2013, this network of offices was closed down in a bid to save money and make the DVLA more of a digitally based company.