d - DVLA

05 June 2006

DVLA (Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency) - The Government body which issues driving licences and registers vehicles for use on UK roads. Records of both are kept so that drivers and vehicles can be traced, for law-enforcement purposes or safety-related recalls. The DVLA collects road tax and also sells number plates.


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