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Although the nearest DVLA Liverpool buildings where located in Preston, Manchester and Chester, the DVLA has now closed all of its 39 local branches across England. This was due to changes which took place as of December 31st 2013, which saved money for the DVLA and allowed a lot of their services to go digital. The DVLA now operates out of one central location in Swansea, Wales. For information from the DVLA, ring the DVLA Enquiries number on the right hand side of the screen or through their website and many social media accounts such as Twitter and Facebook ( @dvla ).
DVLA Liverpool Location
The closest DVLA centres to Liverpool were
Ex-DVLA Chester, Norroy House, Nuns Road, Chester, CH1 2ND (approx 28 miles away)
Ex-DVLA Manchester, Trafford House, Chester Road, Manchester, M32 0SL (approx 33 miles away)
Ex-DVLA Preston, Fulwood Park, Caxton Road, Fulwood, Preston, PR2 9NZ (approx 40 miles away)
The location of the new centralised DVLA building is 1 Sandringham Park, Ground Floor East, Swansea Vale, Llansamlet, SA6 8AJ.
Who Can Get Help From The DVLA?
People who want to enquire about specific areas and services offered by the DVLA can ring them up or visit their website. They can help you with:
- How to apply for and purchase driving licences on the DVLA website
- How to pay for your car tax to the DVLA and any information on how much you owe
- Information on personalised registration plates
- Information on blue badges and how to apply and purchase one for you or a relative
More Information About DVLA Liverpool
The DVLA is responsible for all users of the road, as well as keeping track of road vehicles. The agency did have 39 locations based in various areas around the UK; however, they were centralised at Swansea, Wales in a bid to save money for the authority. Now their services can be found in one location and online. Giving the DVLA more unity and control over laws and tax from their Head Office. Susan, a DVLA administrative officer for their old Chester office, spoke to us about the move to Swansea. She praised the way the DVLA moved her to the new Head Office, describing it as a smooth transition and a great opportunity for her and fellow colleagues who also made the move. Susan also discussed her role at the office, in which she met local legislative requirements.