Holding a valid driving licence has become a necessity of life. This is majorly owing to the increasing dependence of various modes of transportation to travel from one place to another. Therefore, in order to make this process simpler and easier for all, the Driver and Vehicle Licencing Agency (DVLA) has enlisted all the steps involved in the process of applying for a driving licence in the UK, its requirements, etc. The agency has also facilitated the citizens of UK with DVLA customer service that specifically addresses all the queries related to driving licences.
When a person plans to obtain a valid driving licence in UK, he/she needs to appear and clear two driving tests – practical and theory. Clearing these tests makes one eligible to apply for a full driving licence. While it is important for a person to first appear for theory test followed by a practical test, there are certain cases in which this rule does not apply. These include the following:
Booking a test
Before appearing for a test, one needs to make a booking for the same. This can be done either online or offline.
To book a theory test online, all one needs to do is visit their website’s page and enter your name, licence and date of birth information. For offline booking, one simply needs to make a call at DVLA’s customer service number from Monday to Friday within a pre-defined deadline.
To appear for a practical test, one needs to first clear his/her theory test and obtain the pass certificate number to apply for the practical test. When applying online, all one needs to do is visit the DVLA’s official website and follow the following steps:
The same can be done offline by simply calling DVLA contact number 0870 025 0121.
If one wishes to check the details of his/her driving test appointment details, it can be done online by visiting the DVLA website and offline by calling one of the representatives available at the DVLA customer care number.
In case of any further queries, one can always feel free to contact the DVLA contact number and clarify the same with our representatives.
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