Jul 30, · It is now 2 months gone in and still have not received the log book. I have taxed the vehicle but need to return it to the dealer as there is a fault in it. DVLA have still not contacted my. May 20, · I sent the V5 slip to the DVLA as soon as I won my car at a local auction, but it has now been over six weeks and nothing has arrived. I have tried ringing and emailing repeatedly to no avail. I appreciate the pandemic, but I have no proof of ownership of my car and no way to MoT (I know about the extension).
I need my car as I'm a key worker but don't feel safe driving without paperwork. Nov 16, · My daughter bought her car (not brand new - about months old) from Evans Halshaw at the beginning of June this year. She STILL hasn't received the logbook. She chased the DVLA who told her that Evans Halshaw haven't sent them their bit of. If you did not receive a logbook with your newly purchased vehicle, you can request one at no charge.
Remember, it is your responsibility to ensure that you get one. Prior to buying your next car, van or motorcycle it is advised to run a DVLA car history check to ensure the vehicle is roadworthy and legal.
Jul 06, · If you have section 10 of the log book V5 document which state "New Keeper" then send it to Sawnsea, DVLA you will get new log book by DVLA within. You also need to see the V5C vehicle registration certificate (log book).
You are currently viewing: Check the details you've been given match DVLA's information Check the vehicle's MOT history. send it to DVLA with the new keeper slip given to you by the seller - if you do not send in the new keeper slip, you’ll have to pay a fee Download form V62 or get it from any Post Office branch.
Find the right phone number, email or postal address to contact DVLA about driving licences, vehicle tax, medical enquiries and vehicle registration. Nov 18, · Dvla are claiming they never received my v5 after i sold my car,end aug i sent it back in early September and received letter(v/1) back on the 7th sept that someone had applied for the v5, i believe this to be response to me sending the log book back, i.
Apr 25, · Re: DVLA never sent log book back after change of address Sent my V5 off to get some errors corrected (year of manufacture and model type) included picture of the VIN plate with stamped year of manufacture as proof.
Jun 29, · Received apologetic letter back from DVLA confirming that reg is no longer tied to my address. I still have the letter and have used it more than once when visited by debt collectors looking to Missing: log book. Sep 03, · Last Monday my wife realised she never received a log book after applying for a new one last year.
She was only looking for it cause we have moved house so she was sending it off to get address changed. She then realised her tax ran out in June and so went to work that day and went to the post office to arrange a new logbook and to tax the car.
Jul 25, · Just give the DVLA a ring on Monday morning and see if its been received.
If it has just wait a little longer, if the DVLA has nothing go to the post office with your little green strip and fill in. Oct 17, · The dvla are not usually that helpful with v5 log book stuff.
Usually takes a while as they are processing all the new ones from septembers new registrations. Reply. May 02, · Not an unheard of length of time, so don't worry too much yet.
It took me 12 weeks to receive mine last time. However it is worth giving the DVLA a quick phone call to check the progress. Their number is If you have still not received your V5C after 3 weeks, you should contact the DVLA Customer Service team. Your Logbook (V5C) Your logbook is now referred. Oct 15, · It takes less than two minutes for motorists to inform the DVLA of a change of address using the online system, and a new log book will be sent out within five working days -.
Unfortunately, some sellers go to the trouble of forging or altering log books. The DVLA, however, have a few ways in which you can check you have the real deal right in front of you. How to check your log book is legit. Look for the DVLA watermark. Simply hold up your log book to the light and you should be able to see the official watermark. The DVLA is the government body that is the national centre for issuing licences and registering cars. So, it essentially keeps all the information about all the cars registered in the United Kingdom.
Which means your car should be on there. Right? There may be an occasion when the DVLA cannot find your details. The main thing to do in this situation is to not panic. Jul 12, · I bought a car in Marchprevious owner insisted that she would send off the paperwork. I still hadnt received my Log Book by June so I applied for a new one by filling in a V62 which I then sent to the DVLA by first class post.
I finally received my new log book yesterday and the DVLA never charged me a penny for it. If you do buy a car without being given the V5C/2, you can apply for a new logbook, but the DVLA and other organisations tend not to recommend this as it suggests the car you have bought was not from the official owner.
Usually, you’ll normally only register your vehicle and get your V5C in the post when you buy, build, alter or import a car. Jul 06, · My info comes from the DVLA the onus if the new Log book and to make sure all the details are filled in are down to the buyer I suggest you read a little more xn--72-6kcqyerncglln.xn--p1ai onus on the seller is to tell the DVLA he has sold the vehicle thats all, I suggest you talk to the DVLA instead of using presumption and your own interpretation.
Hello everyone as you can see from title I have this problem. the DVLA has send me my log book about after 2 weeks and they spelt one letter in my surname and now I'm wondering whether I should send it back and change that or just leave it like that because honestly I don't know if I can wait two more weeks. Jul 27, · I have tried to get my car logbook sorted with the driving agency but there’s no way to get through Rebecca Smithers V5C car log book is a vital document: but it was sitting in the inbox at the.
The quickest way to do this is online. The DVLA has a simple service for drivers to report when they’ve sold, transferred or bought a vehicle. For sellers, this helps determine whether you have sold the car to a motor trader or private individual. It will ask for the digit reference number from the vehicle log book. Oct 28, · You should then receive your your new log book within 14 days.
Lost Car Log Book. Now, if you have a car and you have just lost the car log book it is fairly simple to get a replacement. To get a replacement log book just follow the below steps. The form you need to. If you bought a car and never received the V5C, you’ll not need to pay the £25 fee. To get a new V5C in this instance, you’ll have to apply by post by sending off a V62 and the V5C/2 – that’s the green ‘new keeper’ slip.
You can sell or scrap your car even if you don’t have the V5C. Jun 19, · Hello Jorge. I am sorry but you cannot use this service if you have already sent your log book to DVLA. Your paper application will mean you have to wait longer for a reply as there are delays dealing with paper applications sent to our office in Swansea, as they need to be dealt with in person.
May 29, · If you have received the letter saying you owe tax then the dvla must have you as the registered keeper your vehicle log book (V5C) - it must be in your. Lost log book (V5C) As long as you’re the registered keeper of the car, then you can apply to the DVLA for a replacement V5C, by phone, email, or post.
There’s a £25 fee for a lost V5C (unless you never received one, in which case it’s free). DVLA Email Service. Please select an option below. Vehicle Enquiries: Driver Enquiries: Welsh Enquiries / Ymholiadau Cymraeg: Elsewhere on xn--72-6kcqyerncglln.xn--p1ai Pay vehicle tax. Tax your vehicle; Check if a vehicle is taxed; Calculate vehicle tax rates; Cancel vehicle tax and take your vehicle off the road. Register your vehicle as off the road (SORN) Number. Know your national insurance number; Not have been disqualified from driving for any reason; The DVLA will take your photo and signature from your passport, so if this isn’t possible, you will be unable to change your photo online.
If you apply online, you should receive your new licence within 1 week. Applying by post. My friend has noticed a detail on their DVLA logbook incorrect. The car is actually a petrol car, but the logbook incorrectly says diesel. What is the procedure of changing this, by writing in to DVLA?
or is there a form to fill in and send? Do they require proof that it is a petrol (so that what we are changing is correct). Aug 21, · You’ll receive an e-mail from the DVLA when the change of ownership is registered and a new V5C will be posted to you.
with any address change completed instantly and a new log book. May 01, · They have recently not recevied a cheque I sent, then sent me a fine because they say they haven't had my log book, which I know I sent. My friend has had the same thing happen also.
It seems to me they are "not receiving" a lot of stuff, which is unfair on us as we are paying the cost. Or do they have a certain quota of fines to dish out. I have no proof of postage so I don't have a leg to. Nov 18, · The thing Is there's no rhyme or reason as to why the DVLA are on a go slow at the moment as I bought my car nearly two months ago now and the previous owner sent the log book. Taxing your Vehicle without a Reminder. For various reasons, you may not be in possession of a V11 Reminder.
You can can still renew your vehicle tax. You will need one of the following documents: V5C (Registration Certificate - aka log book) which has an 11 digit reference number; V5C/2 (New Keeper's details slip) which has a 12 digit.
be panicking realising that they have not updated the V5C Log Book and others will give it a second glance to be sure. My advice is DO IT immediately.
Not only could you be prosecuted by the DVLA and receive a fine up to pounds, but there could be prosecutions you are not aware of, resulting in the loss of your licence. The only silver lining. Jun 22, · In the DVLA received just under million paper applications to update addresses. That’s a lot of envelopes.
The new online journey will reduce the amount of time its takes to get your log book from 6 weeks to just 5 working days. You will accompany one of our trained vehicle purchasers to your car whilst they conduct an inspection of the vehicle. A short test drive will be undertaken at which point you will be invited to accompany the vehicle purchaser (if your vehicle is not taxed or has no valid MOT, we will be unable to carry out the test drive which may affect the price we offer).
The seller has applied to the DVLA to obtain the V5 logbook but after weeks of waiting and weekly calls requesting an update: nothing! When the seller is able to get through to the DVLA, he is told the form should be sent out next week. Four weeks later, nothing still. The seller has 11 more logbooks at the DVLA, all 'lost in the system.'. Jun 22, · Send a letter to the DVLA Vehicle Customer Services for vehicle enquiries.
You can write for assistance with vehicle taxes, vehicle registration, and vehicle log books (V5C). If you need to take your vehicle off the road, like to stop it from being taxed or insured, you can make a SORN by sending a letter to this xn--72-6kcqyerncglln.xn--p1ai: 12K. The DVLA explicitly advises motorists to never buy a vehicle if it doesn’t have a logbook. This is because car owners may struggle to tax cars without a logbook.
Also, the police may assume that a car sold or transferred without a logbook is stolen. YOu can go into the post office and get a form to fill in to get the tax without a log book, it also applies for a log book at the same time. All you need kizzie is the MOT certificate, and a cover.
Oct 07, · I don't have a log book - not sure if I should have already received it or if I need to do something in order for them to send it to me. Also, it's worth mentioning that the dealer didn't fill my details on the V5C/2. (I read on the DVLA website that he should fill my. Dec 11, · How do I speed up DVLA log book process?. Hello All, I have recently purchased my company car, as it was well below book price.
I intend to sell it on privately. As I am no longer insured through the company policy, I have insured it on a 30 day temporary basis on an existing policy I have. The company insists that as I am purchasing the car, I must have the log book transferred into my. Use form V62 to get a vehicle registration certificate (V5C) (formerly known as a log book) if the original has been lost, stolen, defaced, destroyed or if you have not received the certificate for your new vehicle.
How to use this service Download the form from the link below and fill it in. The replaced V5C issued by DVLA for CATEGORY S (Structurally damaged) WILL be annotated (as Category C currently is) but the wording will change, reflecting the new category definition, to: “This vehicle has been salvaged because of structural damage but has been declared suitable for repair following a technical evaluation”. Dec 01, · No, that's the service book that you get stamped. The registration document (V5) is commonly referred to as the log book.
They may be asking for it because the MOT system has changed also. It's now a computerised system so DVLA know if a car has an MOT without you having to produce it. So, if you have lost your logbook, don’t panic as long as you have not changed your name and address and just need to get a new logbook you ca do this online or over the phone with the DVLA, it will cost you £25 but your have a new logbook in the post the same week.