This time last year, DVLA and the motor industry were gearing up for the new tax rules that came into force on 1 April 2017. But what happened next? Kelly Cambule from DVLA's Strategic Communications tells us more.
Tony Ackroyd, DVLA Operations and Customer Services Director, talks about his experience of hosting an Operational Delivery Profession (ODP) launch event at DVLA’s headquarters in Swansea. Over 120 staff from across Department for Transport (DfT) joined him for the occasion.
Leanne Jones, from DVLA's Vehicles Service Design team, talks about DVLA's new Register a Vehicle electronically’ (RaVe) service and how the team will be taking it on the road at the Motorcycle Trade Expo.
With the changing of the seasons, our natural environment outside the DVLA offices in Swansea can look particularly striking. Julia Ashford, of DVLA's Sustainability Team, takes stock of what we do in DVLA to look after our local environment and reduce our impact on it.
If you drive, it goes without saying that you know you need your eyes on the road at all times. What you might not know is that DVLA has minimum eyesight standards that all drivers need to demonstrate so they can be allowed to drive. Dr Gareth Rees, DVLA’s Vision Panel Secretary, tells us more.
In our previous blog, we talked about the upcoming vehicle tax changes and how they’ll affect motorhomes. We’re now going to focus on imported vehicles.
We’ve just published our 3-year strategic plan and this year’s business plan, so it’s a good time to take stock of what we’ve done – and what’s to come.
We’re counting down to the 1 April changes to the way vehicle tax is calculated for cars and some motorhomes first registered with DVLA on or after this date. We thought we’d take a closer look at how changes to …
Given it’s World Diabetes Day today (Monday 14 November) what better time to highlight the potential effects of diabetes mellitus on one aspect of daily life so many people take for granted: driving. Diabetes mellitus, commonly known as diabetes, is a …
Back in March we blogged about the changes to how car tax is calculated from 1 April 2017. The journey so far Since my last blog we’ve worked closely with the motor industry to plan for the change from a …