The Driver Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) contract with the Post Office is due to expire in March 2024. This loss is one of many issues which will result in the closure of post offices across the UK.
Post offices carry out over six million DVLA transactions every year, with more than half being paid for in cash over the post office counter. If the contract is lost, the only option for buying DVLA services will be online.
The digitally-excluded and vulnerable people will be the most impacted by this loss of service.
The National Federation of SubPostmasters calls on Government to reverse its decision to remove DVLA services from the Post Office network.
Support your local post office and protect this vital community service.
We’ve put together a campaign toolkit to help you get involved and spread the word, so together we can achieve the number of signatures we need. These materials can be downloaded and put up in your branch, on your counter and shared through your digital channels:
Print out the offline form and get handwritten signatures. Send these back to us by the latest Friday 29 September 2023.
Send us your campaign photographs
Take a photograph of the petition on your counter or poster's in your branch and email them to us at email@example.com we may then share these on our online petition campaign page or on our Facebook page.