Can I speak to Citizens Advice Online?

Can I speak to Citizens Advice Online?

You can talk about your issue with a trained adviser online. We'll try to help you solve your problem or make good progress towards it. In some cases, we might need to send you to your local Citizens Advice or a specialist organisation. Chat's usually available 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.

How much does it cost to phone Citizens Advice?

Citizens Advice will not charge you to call our national phone service or consumer helpline, however your service provider might do. Calls to our national phone service and consumer helpline are free from mobiles and landlines. These numbers begin with 0800 or 0808.

Are o300 numbers free?

These non-geographic numbers were introduced by Ofcom in 2007 across the UK. These numbers are usually reserved for non-profit organisations, charities and public support services. For this reason, 0300 numbers cost to call. ... They're Not Free0300 numbers cost money to call and that's the entire point.

How much does it cost to phone 0300?

It doesn't cost you any more to call an 0300 number than an 01 or 02 number. Phone companies have to include calls to 0300 numbers in any deals, packages, or bundles that also include calls to local landline numbers.

How do I get free 0300 numbers?

In general, the calls to 0300 numbers – which you can purchase here – do not cost more than calling the 02 and 01 numbers. They can be included in the phones minutes package. The phone service provider can add in the free calls to the 0300 number from landlines.

How much does it cost to phone DVLA?

Calls are charged at local rates, usually 12p a minute from landlines and 45p a minute from mobiles. If you have free inclusive calls, these should cover the cost of the call. Lines are open from 8-7 weekdays and 8-2 Saturdays.

Are 0800 numbers free on mobiles?

0800 and 0808: Freephone Calls are free of charge from all consumer landlines and mobile phones. If you are calling from a business phone, you should check with your provider whether there will be a charge for calling 0800 or 0808.

Can I go to DVLA Swansea in person?

Can i appear @ DVLA office in person to apply for my provisionsl license? No. There aren't any local offices anymore anyway.

Does UK driving Licence expire?

Though the photocard needs to be renewed every 10 years, in general driving licences are valid until you're 70, after which it needs renewing every three years. If you only need to update your address or name, or you're over 70 and you're just renewing it, this is free.

Can I renew my UK driving Licence online?

Your driving licence or entitlement to drive in the UK was automatically extended for 11 months. This is because of coronavirus (COVID-19). ... You can renew your licence online at any time before the extension ends. Renew your licence as normal if it expires on or after 1 January 2021.

What time is the DVLA open till?

8 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Where are the DVLA offices?

Swansea Vale

How do I tell DVLA I sold my car?

Step by step guide on telling DVLA you've sold your car

  1. Getting started. You'll need the 11 digit document reference number from your registration certificate (V5C).
  2. Tell DVLA you've sold your car to us. Go to the Sold a vehicle to the motor trade page on the Gov.uk website and select 'Start Now'. You'll need to provide the trader's name and postcode.

What medical conditions need to be declared to DVLA?

You must tell DVLA if you have a driving licence and: you develop a 'notifiable' medical condition or disability....They can include:

  • diabetes or taking insulin.
  • syncope (fainting)
  • heart conditions (including atrial fibrillation and pacemakers)
  • sleep apnoea.
  • epilepsy.
  • strokes.
  • glaucoma.

Do doctors report to DVLA?

Confidentiality: patients' fitness to drive and reporting concerns to the DVLA or DVA. If a patient has a condition that could affect their fitness to drive, it's their duty to report it. But as their doctor you have responsibilities as well.

Do opticians report to DVLA?

Opticians must inform DVLA if drivers fail eye tests, says family of three-year-old crash victim.

What health conditions stop you from driving?

Multiple sclerosis, motor neurone disease, Parkinson's disease and other conditions affecting your nervous system can all affect your ability to drive.

Can a doctor tell you not to drive?

The guidance says doctors must disclose information if there is a need to protect individuals or the wider public from the risks of death or serious harm. This can include risks of violent crime, serious communicable diseases, or risks posed by patients who are not fit to drive.

Can you drive if you have bipolar?

If you have bipolar, it may have implications for driving. You must inform the following about any medical condition you have that could affect your ability to drive: The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) (Includes the correct form for doing so)

Will I lose my Licence if I have bipolar?

If you have a bipolar diagnosis, whilst it may not affect your driving, you must tell the DVLA or you could be fined up to £1,000.

Can you drive if you have anxiety?

Driving is usually permitted after 6 months if the anxiety or depression has been long-standing but symptoms are under control and if maintenance on a dosage of psychotropic medication does not cause impairment.

What benefits can you get for bipolar?

Any individual with Bipolar Disorder can be eligible for disability benefits if he/she meets the evaluation criteria listed in the Social Security Administration's Blue Book, and if he/she has received a medical vocational disability endorsement based on the person's residual functional ability, education and age.