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The DVLA is advising BVRLA members of a couple of changes to its usual hours of operation and online services, impacting the bank holiday weekend and Thursday 9 June.
The DVLA has confirmed its revised opening hours for over the Easter weekend.
A round up of the latest news from DVLA (February 2022)
Following successful lobbying by the BVRLA, the DVLA is making changes this summer to its BERT Vehicle Re-licencing System, which will allow members to re-licence electric vehicles and vehicles over three years old through the system.
The DVLA wishes to advise BVRLA members that, due to a third party undertaking essential maintenance work over the weekend, the following services will be impacted.
Members are reminded that from April 2022, the EV Homecharge Scheme (EVHS) will no longer be open to homeowners who live in single-unit properties such as bungalows and detached, semi-detached or terraced housing.
The DVLA has published its revised opening hours for the two-week period spanning Christmas and the New Year, with reduced hours and some closures around the bank holidays.
The BVRLA recently attended the Driver and Vehicle Licencing Agency (DVLA)’s Fleet User Group and received updates in several areas.
Temporary downtime for the VDL service
The BVRLA has submitted its formal response to the HMRC's recent consultation on the Tax Administration Framework.
HM Revenue & Customs has consulted on a review of how taxation is administered through its systems, proposing to modernise and simplify these functions to ease tax processes.