DVLA Contact Number Lost Licence

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DVLA Lost Licence Number

Your driving license is one of the most important pieces of your identity and therefore if you lose your license, you need to report this immediately. You can now use this new DVLA lost driving license contact number to get past the busiest lines and get in touch with someone who can help you, quickly. If you contact the DVLA enquiry contact number, you can notify them that you have lost your license and sort out getting a replacement. There is normally a charge to do this, around £20 which needs to be paid by a credit or debit card over the phone to process the replacement license. You will also need to confirm you aren’t banned from driving for any reason and give all addresses that you have lived at over the last three years. Finally, you will be asked for your National Insurance number and also your passport number, if you have one.

Contact DVLA Lost License

It is also recommended that you report your license as being stolen to the police in case anyone tries to use it for any purpose down the line. They will give you a crime reference number which you should keep a record of somewhere safe. You can also use this number as a DVLA customer services contact number if you need to query anything or amend any details on your license. This might be things like your address which has changed and needs to be updated. You might have been diagnosed with a medical condition and need to see if it is classed as notifiable or if it affects your right to drive in any way. Remember, you no longer need a paper counterpart of your license from June 2015 so if you lose this but still have the card, you are okay and don’t need a replacement for this part.

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