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Customer Services P. O. Box 132 Trenton New Jersey 08666-0132 VEHICLE REGISTRATION/PLATE STATUS FORM Complete the following information please print FROM Name Date Registered Owner of Vehicle Address Driver License Vehicle ID Year/Make of Vehicle Plate The vehicle has been check one Sold Junked Repossessed Impounded Not-in-use explain The license plates were check one Destroyed Left on the vehicle Transferred Surrendered to MVC on at date location Lost Explain Stolen not recovered The...
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If you own a private number plate, and you are changing your car, you may wish to transfer the privave number plate from your old car to the new one. At comparenumberplates.co.uk, we know how confusing transferring a private number plate can seem. That's why we have compiled these short videos to help you through the paperwork. Here is our simple guide on: 0:00:34.100,0:00:39.230How to transfer a private number plate from vehicle to vehicle. The first thing you will need is a DVLA V317 form which you can find at your local DVLA office or you can download it from the comparenumberplates.co.uk website. The link is also added to the information section for this video. You will need your V5 vehicle registration document (sometimes also referred to as your log book). And you will need an up-to-date MOT certificate (if your vehicle is over 3 years old), and a copy of your tax disc. For full details regarding the terms for number plate transfer, please refer to the comparenumberplates.co.uk website. On the V317 form, you will need to complete sections 1...2...and 3. Start with completing section 1. To transfer directly from one vehicle to another, put a cross in the top box "to transfer", as shown here. Now you will the need the V5 Registration Document for the vehicle that you are transferring the private number plate from. This is referred to as the DONOR vehicle. Open it up to the 2nd page and place it next to the V317 form as shown here. Now start to complete section 2 on the V317 form. Enter the vehicle registration number from the V5 Registration Document onto the V317 form here, as shown by the red circles. Find the vehicle make and model here, and enter the details on the V317 form here. Next, find the VIN/Chassis number from the Registration Document here, and enter it into the boxes on the V317 form here...again shown by the red circles. Now you need the copy of you tax disc. Write the serial number from the top of the tax disc into the boxes here on the V317 form, followed by the tax disc expiry date, and write it here. You then need to add the name and address from the V5 Registration Document here, and provide a telephone number should the DVLA need to contact you. Next, sign and date the bottom of section 2 here. Remember that this V317 form must be completed and signed by the person named as the registered keeper on the V5 Document. now completre section 3 in exactly the same way, using the details from the V5 Registration Document for the vehicle which you want to transfer the private number plate to. This is referred to as the RECEIVING vehicle. You now need to submit the V317 form, with full V5 registration document, an up-to-date MOT certificate, and a photo-copy of you tax disc, FOR EACH VEHICLE. You will also need to enclose payment for the transfer fee. Submit these to your local DVLA office. You can either send them by post, or take them in person. You will find a full list of local DVLA offices on the...