How do I get a tax refund? That is exactly why we have put together this ultimate guide to car tax — to help you make sense of all the intricacies of the vehicle tax system in the UK and hopefully save you some time and money. The DVLA is a government-run organisation responsible for collecting vehicle excise duty VED and it therefore keeps a database of the registration and licensing status of every driver and car on UK roads. The DVLA is the body that will issue driving licences and registration certificates.
Originally Posted by price If your disqualification was before 1st June then yes, you can drive, pending the outcome of the medical. BUT, what you need to to is to get DVLA to acknowledge that you have started the process - either by them sending you a letter to make an appointment with the Doctor who will do the medical on their behalf, or by email confirmation that your application is being processed.
You then state that you want to drive under section 88 of The Road Traffic Act pending the outcome of the medical process.
You should ask DVLA to confirm this in writing. That way you have a letter to show the police if you are stopped, and something to copy for your insurance company if they say they want to see your driving licence within 10 or 14 days of you taking out the policy.
Thankyou very much for your very quick and clear reply! Would you reccomend emailing them stating "that I want to drive under section 88 of The Road Traffic Act pending the outcome of the medical process.
Just sounds silly if I am actually allowed to drive under the Section 88 act and Im not on the road with a car waiting outside collecting dust LOL!If you’re hiring a vehicle, you will need to present your DVLA check code, which is the online counterpart of the photo card driving licence, and includes information such as penalty points.
Via the DVLA website, you can check your DVLA code that you’ll need to present when hiring a car. Vehicle Registration. NEW REGISTRATION. Present vehicle together with Customs document to the Customs Officer for authentication.
Present all documents to DVLA officials for inspection and processing. Payment of the prescribed fees based on the cubic capacity/ tonnage of the vehicle.
Check a vehicle's details, Get vehicle information from DVLA You must write to DVLA to request information about the current or previous registered keeper of a vehicle. The DVLA is a government organisation of the UK that maintains the database of all drivers in the UK.
Here you will find the contact numbers for all Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) departments, if you prefer you may also email them by clicking here. DVLA advises that you will need to use an external service – askMID – should you wish to check if the vehicle is already insured, and what you can expect to pay in future.
MOT histories. The DVLA can also provide you with advice on the MOT history of a vehicle. •Send the completed V form with the vehicle V5C documents to DVLA Swansea with a cheque for £ made payable to DVLA Swansea •On completion of the assignment process you will receive.