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  • PERSONALISED PLATES COULD BE LOST

    PERSONALISED PLATES COULD BE LOST

    Matt Bell on 15th October 2019

    Drivers with personalised plates on retention could lose the right to use them if they don’t ensure their paperwork is up to date soon.

  • FRANCE TO RECONSIDER CONTROVERSIAL SPEED LIMIT

    FRANCE TO RECONSIDER CONTROVERSIAL SPEED LIMIT

    Matt Bell on 25th June 2019

    British drivers may be able to breathe a little easier while touring in France, with the news that French départements may soon be able to revert to a 90kph speed limit on secondary roads. This reverses a decision by the government to set a controversial lower default limit of 80kph across France last summer.

  • ULEZ EXEMPTION FOR CLASSICS

    ULEZ EXEMPTION FOR CLASSICS

    Glenn Rowswell on 2nd August 2018

    Transport for London has confirmed that vehicles registered with the DVLA and taxed in the Historic Vehicles class will be exempt from the London Ultra Low Emission Zone, just as they currently are for the London Low Emission Zone.

  • PREVIOUS KEEPER DATA REMOVED FROM LOG BOOKS

    PREVIOUS KEEPER DATA REMOVED FROM LOG BOOKS

    Glenn Rowswell on 31st May 2018

    The DVLA has stood by its decision to remove the name and address from registration documents (V5Cs). Rumours quickly spread online claiming that...

  • MOT EXEMPTION PROCESS CLARIFIED

    MOT EXEMPTION PROCESS CLARIFIED

    Glenn Rowswell on 19th April 2018

    The DVLA recently calmed classic car enthusiasts’ fears regarding the MoT exemption process for historic vehicles...

  • V888 RUMOURS DENIED BY DVLA

    V888 RUMOURS DENIED BY DVLA

    Glenn Rowswell on 28th March 2018

    The DVLA has quashed internet rumours that it is about to phase out the V888 service, used to trace the whereabouts of a vehicle and its registered keeper. “We will continue with the V888 form,” said a DVLA spokesperson.

  • DVLA ENQUIRY FINALLY UPGRADED

    DVLA ENQUIRY FINALLY UPGRADED

    Glenn Rowswell on 20th June 2017

    There's no denying that the DVLA's various online enquiry services are invaluable when vehicle information is needed and the MoT history facility for example is one many of us have used when checking out a potential purchase.