DVLA will mark its 25th year of selling personalised registrations with a free prize draw.

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DVLA General Enquiries: 0844 241 5511
DVLA Vehicle Registration / Tax Enquiries: 0844 241 0128
Driving Licence Enquiries: 0844 241 0133
DVLA Change of Address Request: 0844 241 0138


DVLA has been selling registrations since 1989. This year is not only our 25th anniversary but we’ll also be holding our 150th auction. To mark the occasion there will be a prize draw where we will give away a free car. The car will be on display at the November auction and the winner will be selected at random during the November auction.

How to enter the prize draw

To enter the prize draw you will need to register to bid at either of the DVLA live auctions in September or November. Registration for the September auction is now open.

The type of car that will be offered

The car will fit with DVLA’s corporate values:

  • a low emission model
  • fuel efficient
  • manufactured in the UK
  • it may even be an electric model

Further information is available on DVLA’s auction site.


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