The dating officer of the VMCC, in conjunction with researchers, machine examiners and expert knowledge of other specialists, will conduct a search based on the information provided by the applicant to establish the date of manufacture of a vehicle. There are three ways we can help you to register a historic vehicle with the DVLA. Please see this flow chart to show the different ways to register historic vehicles. Please make sure you read through all the information below, if you have any queries please contact the Library on Option 1 between the hours of 9am and 5. Reclaim an original registration number, you must supply pre documentary evidence linking the frame and engine number please see page 2 of the V form explaining what evidence the DVLA will accept.
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Contact the Registrar for details, please send a S. Including those riding subcc machines on full car licences without a motorcycle licence or CBT. Many insurance companies ask a higher premium for such inclusions, so always compare like with like when making price comparisons. Agreed Value, Multi-Vehicle policies min. However, remember to check your licence for restrictions especially if your car licence was issued after 1 February and always refer to the DVLA for guidance if in doubt.
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Club event registration allows members of a recognised car club approved by the Registrar of Motor Vehicles to use their vehicle in either a club sanctioned event or for general use 30 days outside of club events. These vehicles attract a reduced rate of registration and third party insurance. Vintage cars are recognised by a number plate prefix of VC in blue writing on a white background. Some vintage car plates have special club logos and slogans.
The following advice on this page may now be out of date in the light of changing DVLA requirements, for example, the 1 year life span of a Dating Certificate. Advice is therefore being reviewed and will be updated soon. Meanwhile the most up to date advice can be obtained from the DVLA website and documents at www.