You can phone the Department for Transport on their UK contact number 0300 330 3000 for enquiries about Blue Badges, vehicle tax, MOTs or to discuss road safety and any ongoing THINK! campaigns.
Department for Transport Number – 0300 330 3000
Call the UK Department for Transport on the following contact number 0300 330 3000 for enquiries relating to a Blue Badge application. For instance, callers will be able to apply for or renew a Blue Badge over the phone, or ask for detailed information about where badge-holders can park. Rather than contact the DVLA directly, you can use the Department for Transport number for queries about Vehicle tax, MOT and car insurance. Specifically, callers may wish to get in touch to discuss vehicle tax rates or to report an untaxed vehicle. By contrast, you can call the Department for Transport for live traffic information or to ask about any planned roadworks and projects in your local area.
THINK! – 0300 330 3000
You can also call the UK Department for Transport on their enquiries number 0300 330 3000 for further information about a THINK! campaign. THINK! provides free safety information for road users and so you may wish to place your call for any relevant enquiries. For instance, you can use this number for children’s car seat advice, or to ask about the essential safety gear for motorcyclists. You may also wish to place a FOI request, or to discuss the law on using a mobile phone while driving.
Contact numbers that start with a London area code will cost the same per-minute rate as any local call made from a UK landline or mobile phone. However, the UK Department for Transport may be free to contact if your landline deal includes has free calls to other landlines or if your mobile tariff is bundled with inclusive minutes.
Write to the Department for Transport
Alternatively, if you would like to write to a representative from the UK Department of Transport regarding your road tax, Blue Badge or involvement with a THINK! campaign then you can do so on the following address: Department for Transport, Great Minster House, 33 Horseferry Road, London, SW1P 4DR, United Kingdom.