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how to dvla check code?

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Answer # 1 #

The DVLA check code can be used to access the DVLA database which gives you information in relation to your driving license, as well as being able to share this information with employers or car hire companies.

When you access the database using your DVLA check code you can use this service to:

You can access a DVLA check code by visiting the website. When you visit the website you will need to provide some details to be given a code.

You will need to provide your:

When the code is generated, you can use it for 21 days. After this the code will expire.

The check code can only be used once, to ensure the privacy of the driver too. If another check is needed, you will have to request another code.

If you need to attain a DVLA check code, just follow the simple steps to do so below. This shouldn’t take more than a few minutes to complete.

The code is case sensitive, can only be used once and is valid for 21 days.

Armond Plymton
Audience Services Chief
Answer # 2 #

The DVLA has stopped issuing the paper counterpart of the UK driving licence. This has caused some confusion among customers who are trying to access their DVLA check code to hire vehicles.

Here’s all the information you need to know.

The DVLA check code is the online counterpart of the photo card driving licence.

The code is used to access the DVLA database to check driving licence information, and it allows you to share your licence information with employers or car hire companies.

Your driving record is held on the DVLA’s database, which includes things like penalty points and the types of vehicles you’re permitted to drive.

You can get the code by visiting the DVLA’s website here.

If you’re hiring a vehicle from Arnold Clark Car & Van Rental, you can access your DVLA code using one of our tablets when you collect your vehicle. You can find out more about this by reading our terms of hire.

To access your driving licence information, you will need your:

21 days after it’s generated.

No. To protect each driver’s privacy, DVLA codes can only be used once.

Hanaa Thorne-Smith