Are you ready to assign the registration you own on a certificate to a vehicle? If your vehicle is unregistered and you will be, or have purchased it from a dealer, then give the V750 to them. They will usually handle everything for you.
Keepers of registered vehicles should post the following to DVLA, Swansea.
The V750 document should be filled in and signed at section one. Note that "Vehicle Registration Number" refers to the present mark of the vehicle.
The "Validation Character" can be found on the inside cover of the registration certificate (V5C) in section four.
(You can change the name and address if you are the new keeper at the same time).
A valid certificate of insurance or cover note (only if applying for tax at the same time).
Insurance will be checked online in future.
Note that DVLA will not assign a registration number to an untaxed vehicle.
You will receive a letter confirming the transaction including a new tax disc (if still being issued), amended MOT certificate (if applicable) plus a V948 form to authorise you to have a set of acrylic plates made.
Your new V5C will come direct from DVLA, Swansea.
To receive your tax disc you should expect to wait about two weeks.
To receive your V5C registration certificate, wait about four weeks.
You, the purchaser, can apply to change your address by filling in section four and signing it at section eight. Then post the certificate to DVLA Personalised Registrations, DVLA, Swansea, SA99 1DN.
Alternatively you can change your address online at dvlaregistrations.direct.gov.uk.
You can add or change nominee details by filling in section two "nominee details". Use this facility if you want to assign the mark to a vehicle belonging to another keeper. You should copy the name from their V5C to avoid mistakes.
Note that DVLA will not change the purchaser's name.
If you are ready to assign to the nominated keeper's vehicle, you can add or change the nominee name at the same time as assigning. You, as purchaser, must sign at section six to authorise the new nominee name.
In addition to the documents mentioned above, you will need to provide the DVLA fee of £25 - this is known as the nominee fee.
You can apply for a refund of the assignment fee (£80) after the certificate has expired and within six years of that date.
Complete section five and sign at section six. Only the purchaser can apply to receive the refund. The purchase price of the mark will not be refunded and the right to the private plate will be lost.
The dealer's name may be at the top of the certificate and, therefore, DVLA will regard them as the "purchaser". The dealer will always sign the certificate to authorise any changes or extensions on your behalf. You will have to send the certificate to the dealer who will usually change an administration fee. Once you have assigned the mark to a vehicle, the dealer will no longer be involved.
Last updated: Wednesday 12th March 2014
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