The Public and Commercial Services (PCS) union has formally notified the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) that they are asking their members to take strike action between Tuesday 6 April and Friday 9 April 2021. It is not clear at this stage what the impact of this action will be, should it go ahead.
The DVLA have put contingency measures in place to mitigate the impact on paper application services if the strike action goes ahead. Their online services will remain available should strike action occur, and are the quickest way to interact with the DVLA.
Where possible, if you need assistance from the DVLA, please use their digital services to avoid any unnecessary delays.
For information and to access the DVLA digital services, please go to www.gov.uk/browse/driving
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