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There could be costs involved if using unofficial websites offering government services. These unofficial sites offer access to services such as booking an MOT, renewing a European Health Insurance card (EHIC), ordering...
The Driver and Vehicle Agency (DVA) still provides vehicle testing (MOT), driving tests and driver licensing services to people in Northern Ireland. However, you can no longer tax or register a vehicle at its offices.
Contact details for the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) Swansea
From 21 July 2014, motorists in Northern Ireland will have access to online and telephone vehicle licensing services as well as a wider range of services available at Post Offices. More information can be found below.
Changes come into effect from 1 October 2014 which means you will no longer have to display the paper tax disc on a vehicle windscreen. Vehicle tax will still need to be paid, however, as Driver and Vehicle Licensing ...