DVLA FAQS – Driving Licences, Vehicle Registration & Road Tax
DVLA SORN & Driving Licence FAQS
Q- When should you, as a new owner, tax your vehicle?
A- Ideally, as soon as you have purchased the vehicle and made a decision to be a registered keeper on DVLA records. You don’t need to wait till the moment the Registration Certificate (V5C) gets assigned in your name to pay the tax.
Q- Are the car dealer authorised to carry on to tax the vehicles on the behalf of the customers?
A- Yes they are, by using V5C/2, either online at - https://www.gov.uk/tax-disc with the help of V5C/2 of V5C, or finally at a PO branch who is responsible for dealing with the vehicle tax issues.
Q- What should I know regarding the setting up of a Direct Debit?
If you're the new keeper, you can't tax your vehicle without a V5C/2. You'll ... You'll need your V5C (logbook) or V5C/2 new keeper supplement when you call.
A- It is not important to be a registered keeper. In order to set up a Direct Debit, you will need the following discussed information -
The account number of the bank or the building society.
Both the name and the address of the account holder.
The name and the address of the building society or the bank.
Ireland customers can call at DVLA (Driver and vehicle agency) phone number: 0844 696 0055.
Q- Is there any specific method to cancel Direct Debit?
A- You have the privilege of canceling a Direct Debit anytime you want. All you need is to contact your bank or you can inform DVLA by phoning them that the vehicle is no longer with you or the vehicle has been taken off the road, or a SORN has been made.
Q- How can I make out that a dealer can get to know whether the car is ‘in trade stock’?
A- Unfortunately, there is no such method on hand at the moment. DVLA is familiar with the vehicles, held in trade stock, and they are making their best efforts to acquire the information so that it can be made available for the dealers.
Q- Once the tax disc gets nullified, will the things remain same for the motor traders?
A- As and when a tax disc is enforced, the motor traders won’t be able to buy the vehicles. They may use the trade plates, but they have to ensure that the vehicle gets used well within the conditions of the trade plates. Alternatively, if the vehicle needs to be registered in the name of motor trade, then fresh vehicle tax will be charged.
Q- Will there be any alteration for the motor traders to update about any transfer and sale of the vehicles to DVLA?
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A- No, there will be no such change. All those individuals or business which are registered as the keeper, they should inform DVLA the moment they are have sold or transferred a vehicle.
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What is the registration certificate?
Prove your right to live in the UK as an EU citizen. You can apply for a registration certificate if you're a citizen of a European Economic Area ( EEA ) country and want to prove your right to live or work in the UK. You need a registration certificate if you're an extended family member of an EEA national.
What is the EEA?
The European Economic Area (EEA) provides for the free movement of persons, goods, services and capital within the internal market of the European Union (EU) between its 28 member states, as well as three of the four member states of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA): Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.
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What is a v5c?
V5C (document) - Otherwise known as the registration document, the V5C is the record of who owns the car and is one of the most important documents when buying or selling a car. If you are buying, make sure you see the V5C before you buy, and check that the person selling the car is the owner as stated on the V5C.
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