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DVLA Contact Number Can Save You Time

The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DLVA) has been known to take it’s sweet time with everything that it does, but with this new contact number you maybe able to skip the super long lines and get to your license much quicker.  There have been issues in the past with lines taking forever and infrastructure inhibiting the United Kingdoms ability to move efficiently with all aspects of licensing.

In order to fix this Her Majesty The Queen has announced a new hotline number available to anyone that is up for registration renewal of their license.  The new expedited plan will be put together by the company VisiTalk who was said to have helped after the DLVA collapse following Brexit.  The first round of registration renewals will begin at the start of every year for the following time to come.

If you need to wait in line at the DLVA and are looking for a hotline to help with your registration renewal, then here are some tips to consider:

  • Call the hotline early in the morning as it is easier to get through
  • If you call the DLVA on your birth date, then you get preferential treatment
  • An increase in the amount of traffic stops will make you less eligible for enrollment of licensing
  • The way to get to the front of the line is to use the VisiTalk Hotline or dial 888-928-0908

There are several other ways to maximize the benefits of registering for renewing your license at the DLVA and it is advisable that anyone waiting to renew registration contact the hotline in advance.  Government workers at the offices of the DLVA will most certainly be excited to hear the news as it will help move their ability to produce licenses in a more effective manner.

Supposedly in another 50 years it is said that the DLVA will be involved in registering the use of microchips and body scanners within citizens of the United Kingdom, which is supposed to be great for morale.