October 23, 2018
My D7 has no V5 and i really want it to be on its original plate, the archives have not turned up any proof as all has been destroyed, the only thing i have is a tax disc with the reg on it.
IS that any good as proof to get its number back
Whats my next step? do i have to get a dating cert and if so how?
thanks in advance
(PS i did try looking but couldn't find the info)
April 19, 2018
Hi Shaun, you're lucky that we have a fantastic Dating Officer in Steve Walsh who will doubtless be along soon to give you all the info you could need. In the meantime have a look in this section ** Please log in to view **
Lots of info there.
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October 23, 2018
May 14, 2014
The tax disc isn’t sufficient to reclaim the original registration as Neil has pointed out. If you have already checked the original registration record with the local authority and they have no records then your only option is an age related plate. I really don’t understand why people don’t like age related, no one can tell it’s not the original number unless they see the V5, it doesn’t affect value, and it’s nothing really to do with originality, just the method of getting the machine road legal. It didn’t leave the factory with a registration did it?
All the information you need is right here on the website. Have a look here - ** Please log in to view **
That should tell you all you need to know about claiming an age related plate. Remember, your machine must be complete and roadworthy before DVLA will issue a V5
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