DVLA Medical Team: Contact Number

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0844 381 0906

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The DVLA (Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency) is responsible for maintaining a database of drivers in the UK. It is also responsible for accepting you for a driving license if you are medically fit to own one and drive. If you have been denied a drivers license, or you’re wondering if you can drive after a diagnosis, use the numbers below to get in contact with a member of the DVLA medical staff.

DVLA Medical Team Contact Numbers

Department
Opening Times
Customer Services
(Mon – Fri) 8am – 6.30pm
Medical Advice Helpline
(Mon – Fri) 8am – 6.30pm
Medical Exam Booking Helpline
(Mon – Fri) 8am – 6.30pm
Complaints
(Mon – Fri) 8am – 6.30pm
Information Services
(Mon – Fri) 8am – 6.30pm

Customer Services

This line is the automated service for the DVLA, and you will be able to find someone who can help you further.

Medical Advice Helpline

This is for a number of reasons, including the risk of yourself and other drivers, and whether your medication/illness can affect the way you drive in a safe and normal manner.

Medical Exam Booking Helpline

After you inform the DVLA of your medical illness, you may need to book in for a medical exam, which is needed to test that you are safe to drive. The DVLA works closely with doctors in order to get an idea of your ability to drive, which is why you can forward your doctor’s notes from your GP, should the DVLA request you to do so. From here, someone will be able to take your name, date of birth, any information they may need and will be able to book you in for a medical examination. Examinations can be made at your GP, and any information they have will be given to the DVLA. You will then need to fill in the relevant form and send it via post to the DVLA in order for them to make an assessment on your health and decide if you are fit to drive.

Complaints

This is direct, and someone will help you as soon as they are available. This line is busy from midday onwards, so calling early on is a better way to contact someone straight away.

Information Services

To find out more about the medical team, the exam, the form you need to fill in or to ask for general advice relating to the DVLA, call the DVLA Information Services line.

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