- Can I fill out a v62 form online?
- Can I Tax a car without a log book?
- How much is a new v5?
- What happens if you buy a car without a v5?
- Can I get a copy of my log book online?
- How do I tell DVLA I sold my car without a v5?
- Can I drive my car while waiting for logbook?
- How do I tax my car without documents?
- Can I tell DVLA I’ve sold my car online?
- Who is responsible for sending off v5?
- How do I tell DVLA I have sold my car?
- Can you drive without a v5?
- Can I get a replacement v5 online?
- How do I fill out a v62 form?
- How do I get a v62 form?
- Can you print DVLA forms?
- Can you view your v5c online?
- What do I do if my log book hasn’t arrived?
- What do I do if I don’t have my v5c?
Can I fill out a v62 form online?
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Can I Tax a car without a log book?
Which documents do I need to renew my tax? A reminder from the DVLA (known as a V11) or your Registration Certificate (known as a V5C). If you have lost your V5C Registration Certificate, you can also tax your vehicle using a (V62) form.
How much is a new v5?
To get a replacement V5 document, you just need to follow the same process as if the logbook had been lost. You can either apply by phone or post, and there’s a £25 charge. It can take up to 5 days to get a replacement if you apply by phone, and up to six weeks via the postal service.
What happens if you buy a car without a v5?
The advice from the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) is that you should never buy a car without a V5 logbook, because the car could have been stolen, written off or have finance owing on it, or the seller might not legally be entitled to sell it.
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 I tell DVLA I sold my car without a v5?
Without a V5C You should still inform the DVLA of the sale. To do so write to DVLA, Swansea, SA99 1AR and explain that you have sold the vehicle.
Can I drive my car while waiting for logbook?
Yes. If your log book (also known as a V5C) has been lost, damaged or stolen and you’re waiting for a new one to be delivered, you can still tax your car by visiting your local Post Office.
How do I tax my car without documents?
How do I tax a car without a logbook?V11 reminder letter.V5C logbook registration certificate (registered in your name)V62 Logbook application form (when the car is registered in your name)V5C/2 Green slip, new keepers supplement (when you have just bought the car not registered in your name)
Can I tell DVLA I’ve sold my car online?
You can only update the DVLA on the sold (or transferred) vehicle online if you have not sent your log book via post.
Who is responsible for sending off v5?
For a two-part V5C registration document, you need to fill in the ‘notification of sale or transfer’ section and send it to the DVLA. The other half of the document should be given to the buyer on purchase of the vehicle. The buyer is then responsible for informing the DVLA of the new ownership.
How do I tell DVLA I have sold my car?
You can contact the DVLA to let them know you’ve sold your car by completing the relevant section of the V5C log book for a private sale (Sections 6 and 8). Or for a sale or transfer to a motor trader, insurer or dismantler (Section 9). You then need to post the correct section to the DVLA, Swansea, SA99 1BD.
Can you drive without a v5?
A V5 has nothing to do with who can drive a car. Anyone who is the owner or has the permission of the owner to drive a car can do so lawfully, if insured. The V5 identifies the registered keeper, that is all.
Can I get a replacement v5 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.
How do I fill out a v62 form?
How do I complete a V62 form? You must complete all sections of the V62 form including the “tax class” and VIN, chassis or frame number in section 1. The tax class and VIN number can be found on the V5 registration document. You will find them on the inside front cover under the make and model of the vehicle.
How do I get a v62 form?
Download form V62 or get it from any Post Office branch.Contact DVLA if you do not receive anything 6 weeks after sending in form V62.Contact DVLA if you do not receive anything 6 weeks after sending in form V62.
Can you print DVLA forms?
Yes – but DVLA forms download options are limited to those applications which do not require a window for your photograph to be supplied. This means that application guides for certain forms, along with DVLA forms v62, V317 and V890, are available to download and print.
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.
What do I do if my log book hasn’t arrived?
The DVLA advises that the standard log book arrival time can be up to six weeks from your request – however, if your log book hasn’t arrived during this time, you are recommended to contact the department directly via the helpline or via the DVLA’s online email system available on their website.
What do I do if I don’t have my v5c?
You can sell or scrap your car even if you don’t have the V5C. Just send a signed letter to DVLA outlining the vehicle’s registration number, make, model, the date of sale and the new keeper’s details.