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DVLA online services replace paper forms

How to change the address on your vehicle log book online

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Motorists who have moved house can now go online to change the address on their V5C vehicle log book in a new service from the DVLA
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DVLA increases automatic driving licence extension to 11 months

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Motorists with driving licences expiring between 1 February 2020 and 31 December 2020 have been granted an automatic 11-month extension by the DVLA
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What to do if you can't find your driving licence

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If you've lost your driving licence you can apply online for a new one. Although you'll be charged £20 for a new one, the process couldn't be simpler.
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DVLA warns of onging delays for motorists

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The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) has warned motorists to expect ‘significant delays‘ in the processing of driver and vehicle documents.
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Motorists told to beware of SORN scam websites

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The DVLA is warning drivers to beware of fake SORN websites using scam tactics to charge motorists for a service that is free via the official channel.
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Declare SORN and save money during lockdown. Here's how

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Around 10 percent of motorists have stopped driving during the lockdown. If you're not using your car, it might make sense to declare SORN.
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Fewer than 300 hypercars are registered in the UK

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There are just 298 hypercars registered in the UK, including 65 Bugatti Veyrons and 64 McLaren Sennas. Still want that Sao Penza?
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Prince Philip crash encourages older people to quit driving

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Prince Philip's car crash in January 2019 has resulted in a sharp increase in the number of older drivers surrending their licences.
DVLA car scams up 20 percent

‘Real life’ DVLA car scams up 20 percent

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There's been a 20 percent increase in the number of car scams reported to the DVLA, with fraudsters uing social media and text messages to target motorists.
DVLA clamping down on tax evasion

DVLA clamping down on car tax evasion

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The DVLA is warning motorists that not paying vehicle tax has ‘real consquences’, as it names the 20 regions of the UK where evasion is highest.