The contact number for the DVLA is available directly from their website at no or lower cost.
Call connection service, Calls cost 7p per minute plus your standard network charge.
Please ensure you have the bill payers permission before contacting a company on our website.
This website provides hard to find phone numbers as a call connection service and is not associated with the company.
Wimbledon DVLA Office
DVLA Registered Office, Connect House, 133-137 Alexandra Road, Wimbledon, SW19 7JY
Up to December 2013, a DVLA office occupied the ground floor of Connect House in Wimbledon’s business district. At this time, the DVLA put into effect a mass closure of their 39 local offices. Shutting these down meant that the authority could save money which would then go towards improving the DVLA. Many businesses move online to better reach a wider audience more easily, which the DVLA hoped to do.
While the DVLA office in Wimbledon no longer exists, the office building remains. Various companies such as WSM Partners, LaSalle Investment Management, and Morrisons Solicitors now own offices within Connect House. Since you can’t visit the Wimbledon DVLA office anymore, if you live in the area and need to resolve DVLA matters then you’ll have to use the other methods created by the DVLA changes.
Contact the Main DVLA Office
DVLA, Longview Road, Morriston, Swansea, SA6 7JL
Contacting the DVLA and receiving a straightforward service without a local office is easier than you might think. Initially, there was a three-week delay in paperwork during the transfer of services. However, this was due to elderly customers wanting to continue using the office in person rather than going online. Now DVLA services are much more accessible and faster. You can use them online or in person at one of the thousands of Post Offices across the UK.
When the local offices all closed, the DVLA kept one office running in Swansea to be the central DVLA headquarters. You can contact this office and find out more information about it using the Swansea DVLA contact page. As well, at the top of this page, you will see a green phone number which you can call to reach DVLA customer services. They’ll be able to put you through to the department you need, or you can find it for yourself on the homepage.