- Can I get my log book quicker?
- How long does it take to get a new v5 After retention?
- Can you view your v5c online?
- Why can’t I take my private plate off online?
- How long does it take to receive a log book?
- Can I get a copy of my log book online?
- How do you tax a car you have just bought?
- Can I tax my car while waiting for log book?
- Can I drive a car without tax if I just bought it Ireland?
- What does it mean if a number plate is on retention?
- Can I tax my car without logbook or green slip?
- What do I do if I cant find my log book?
- Can I put my private plate on straight away?
- How long does it take for a log book to come back Ireland?
- Can I fill out a v62 form online?
- Can you find your v5c online?
- How long does it take to get logbook back after changing address?
Can I get my log book quicker?
What this means for customers.
You’ll no longer need to wait for the vehicle registration certificate V5C (log book) to arrive in the post.
Downloading the eV948 will allow you to get your number plate made up quicker with your nearest registered number plate supplier (RNPS)..
How long does it take to get a new v5 After retention?
4 to 6 weeksAfter you apply Your original number plate will usually be reassigned to your vehicle automatically, if your application is successful. This will happen straight away. You’ll be sent: a new log book (V5C) showing the vehicle’s replacement registration number – it can take 4 to 6 weeks to arrive.
Can you view your v5c online?
Registered keeper details will be on the V5c registration document and you should never buy a used car without seeing the V5c. You can check vehicle details online using DVLA’s vehicle enquiry service if you know the make and registration number, but keeper details are much harder to verify if you don’t have the V5c.
Why can’t I take my private plate off online?
The usual reason is because the car is going to be sold and you don’t want lose the rights to display your personalised plate. … If your online application to take a number plate off a vehicle is successful you should receive a replacement V5C Registration Certificate (logbook) by post within five working days.
How long does it take to receive a log book?
You should apply by post if you need to change the vehicle details. You should usually receive your log book within 6 weeks if you apply by post.
Can I get a copy of my log book online?
If you lose your V5C, you can apply for a copy online or by phone, providing you’re down as the ‘registered keeper’ of the car and none of your other details have changed. A replacement will cost you £25. If you want to apply by post you’ll need to fill in a V62 form.
How do you tax a car you have just bought?
If the vehicle is already registered in your name, you can use the 11-digit reference number on the log book (or V5C to give it its true title). If you have only just bought the vehicle and it is not yet registered, you will need the 12-digit reference number on the New Keeper Supplement (V5C/2).
Can I tax my car while waiting for log book?
Can you tax a car without the V5C logbook? No. You cannot tax your vehicle if you do not have a V5C logbook. You can only tax the vehicle if you are the owner, as a V5C only proves you are the registered keeper of said vehicle.
Can I drive a car without tax if I just bought it Ireland?
It is an offence to drive without paying motor tax, so you should not drive until you have received confirmation that the registration has occurred and you have paid the motor tax. Read more in our document on change of vehicle ownership.
What does it mean if a number plate is on retention?
You may choose to pay the Department for Transport retention fee (currently £80) and retain the number. This means that the number will be transferred onto a certificate that you can later use to put that number plate onto another vehicle. You can choose not to keep the old number.
Can I tax my car without logbook or green slip?
You can tax your vehicle without a V11 reminder letter using a: V5C registration certificate (logbook) in your name if you’re the current keeper. V62 application for a registration certificate if you’re the current keeper. green ‘new keeper’ slip if you’ve just bought the car (and do not have a V5C in your name yet)
What do I do if I cant find my log book?
If you weren’t given a green ‘new keeper’ slip and the vehicle seller did not have the log book details needed to notify the DVLA of the transfer of ownership, you can send off for a new V5C yourself using a V62 form.
Can I put my private plate on straight away?
How to assign a private number plate online? … However, if you need to have your new plates made up, you can go ahead once you have received your new log book (V5C) or using your V750/V778 certificate at a DVLA approved number plate supplier.
How long does it take for a log book to come back Ireland?
within 14 daysSo once the form has been completed pop it in an envelope along with your €12 to Driver Vehicle and computer services division, Department of Transport, Tourism & Sport, Shannon, Co. Clare. You should then receive your your new log book within 14 days.
Can I fill out a v62 form online?
Fill Online, Printable, Fillable, Blank DVLA Form V62 Application for a vehicle registration certificate 2/19 Form. Use Fill to complete blank online DVLA AND VEHICLE STANDARDS AGENCY pdf forms for free. Once completed you can sign your fillable form or send for signing. All forms are printable and downloadable.
Can you find your v5c online?
You need to get a log book (V5C) if the original has been lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed by you or your insurance company. You can get a duplicate log book online if you do not need to change anything in the log book. There are other ways to get a log book if: your name or address have changed.
How long does it take to get logbook back after changing address?
By using the new service to change the address on the log book the information will be updated instantly and motorists will receive a new log book within 5 working days. Using this new service, it takes less than 2 minutes for motorists to inform DVLA of their new address.