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This screen will have a check list that you will have to read through to make sure you provide the correct answers.
You will then be directed to a screen that allows you to input the appropriate reference number.
If you don’t have your V11 and are using your V5C reference number, you will need to use the second option.
This will show a summary of the information you have input, including the details about your car, your chosen tax period and the card number being used for the payment. You will then be shown a confirmation of your tax disc order, which will also include information such as your reference number, your vehicle registration mark, the date you made the application, the make of your vehicle, the start date of your licence, the cost and length of your tax and the final 4 digits of your payment card. You can also apply for your car tax by visiting your local Post Office that provides this service.
Calling the above number will cost 7p per minute plus anything on top of your call operators charges. From Monday June 8, the paper part of the UK driving licence – which shows details of restrictions and penalties – will be scrapped. The effect of the changeover is likely to be worst for those hiring cars, because hire companies could want to access the DVLA's site to check drivers' full records.
Keep and take with you your old printed counterpart anyway, just in case the car hire firm expects to see it (and doesn't know about the change).
Before you travel, log in to the DVLA's site and print off an updated PDF version of your licence, including penalty details. In order to get your licence details via the DVLA's site and request a check code you'll need three bits of information: your full licence number (which usually begins with all or part of your name), your National Insurance number and your postcode.
The car hire firm enters the check code, along with several of the letters and digits from your licence number, in order to view your whole licence. You could of course log in from the airport or car hire desk if you forget or can't do this beforehand – but you'll need internet access.
It's not clear how many hire firms know about the change, or would want to go to the length of making the full licence check in any case.
We have many years’ experience dealing with DVLA enquiries and can assist with most problems.
We can still buy your vehicle without documents and we will inform the DVLA that we are the new keeper; this will ensure you do not receive any notifications or penalty charges.
We can still purchase and collect your vehicle from a specified address.  We can even pay outstanding tow in and storage fees against it. The DVLA has stated that car rental companies will be able to check driver details via its free online Share Driving Licence service, which will be available before the paper counterpart is abolished. Even if you know you do not have any endorsements, it is vital to do the above, as you'll need to present it to us along with your photocard driving licence when you come to pick up the car. We also recommend that you take a note of your National Insurance number and take it with you, just in case you need to access your driving details unexpectedly. If the DVLA successfully launches its Share Driving Licence service on-time, you should be able to generate a one-time code that will allow the car rental company to access the details - check the DVLA website nearer the 8th June for more details. The DVLA is warning motorists to check the Certificate of Entitlement (V750) when purchasing a personalised registration after 900 blank certificates were stolen. If a motorist is offered a V750 when buying a personalised registration from a private seller that falls into this range they should report the matter to Northumbria police immediately. The V750 certificate is issued for a registration number which has never been assigned to a vehicle.  If the number had previously been assigned to a vehicle then the buyer should ask to see a Retention Document (V778) or a vehicle registration certificate (V5C).
The 900 blank certificates and 2000 blank counterparts were stolen from DVLA’s stationary supplier on 20 November 2012.
DVLA has contacted vehicle hire companies, number plate dealers and other key stakeholders to make them aware of the theft. Following customer feedback, DVLA has extended the validity period of the check code from 72 hours to 21 days. Car hire companies or employers will still need the last eight digits of your driver’s licence number to redeem the code. If you’re planning on hiring a vehicle this summer you’ll have to visit the DVLA’s website to get a ‘check code’ as, from this Monday (June 8), the counterpart driving licence – the paper part that shows details of restrictions and penalties – will no longer be valid. Although the switch to digital should make the process of car-hiring smoother (it’s one less thing you’ll need to scramble about to find before you travel), the change may leave some unwitting drivers without the documents they need.
You can then share your licence information with the car hire firm by providing them with the unique licence check code and the last eight characters of your driving licence number. If you forget the code, or forget to get one, you might be able to generate one using your smartphone or a computer once at the car hire centre – but you’ll just need an internet connection and your driver and National Insurance numbers to hand. Alternatively, the car hire company could call the car hire line on 09061 393837 – but you’ll first have to phone DVLA Customer Enquiries Group on 0300 790 6801 and give them permission to discuss your record. You might not be required to show any of this – and only asked for your photocard licence (a quick straw poll of the MS offices showed most of us had never had to show our paper counterpart licences when hiring a car anywhere outside the UK) but the process is free – and worth doing. And if you still have your paper counterpart, it might be worth taking it along anyway – after all there’s nothing to lose, even if you end up losing it. May I ask what about us old folks who have the old time paper licences only – I presume we still need to follow the same advice? I hired a car in Cyprus after the change to the counterpart and was not asked for any of the carefully created codes and prints I had with me. The codes only last for 21 days, so if you get a code now it will have expired by time you go to Scotland. This is a very stupid idea.my car hire firm asked me for my ni number and I stupidly gave it to him on the phone. Ni numbers are like a jackpot to identity thieves, which complete incompetent snake thought of this amazing idea?
I have never encountered such utter BILGE in tying to get into this tripe regarding codes , not that the previous counterpart was used, except in very exceptional circumstances , as stated earlier , bt some other person , IF THE AUTHORITIES CAN MAKE SOMETHING DIFFICULT , THEY WILL TRY EVEN HARDER !!
Now we are leaving the EU can we not have a proper UK license with all the details on it to save us all this bother to hire a car and if any one has points on their license why should that stop you hiring a car if you are that bad a driver surely your license would have been taken away. My garage tells me they get people in with an mot about to run out according to the mot certificate yet DVLA on te computer say it still has months to run. So when you hire a car, you will need to visit the DVLA* website before you pick your car up, in case the counter staff need to see this information.
This affects you if you’re planning to drive a hire car and your driving licence (whether paper or photocard) was issued in England, Wales or Scotland. If you have a photocard licence, you shouldn’t need your paper counterpart ever again.
We can tell you what some car hire companies require, so you know exactly what you need to do before you travel.
Different companies might prefer different ways of checking, which is why the DVLA is giving them three options – but don’t worry!
You could log in to the website at the counter, as long as you know your National Insurance number, postcode and driving licence number. It’s possible that the staff won’t ask for your code, print-out or counterpart, but why take the risk? 12:07 pm December 5, 2013 By Julian Horsey After more than 90 years in service the UK Government has this week announced that they will be scrapping the paper car tax disk system, and stop sending out paper discs for UK residents to display their car windscreens. The UK car tax disc was introduced way back in 1921 but the UK Government say it is no longer needed with the DVLA and Police will now start using an electronic register to check motorists are fully paid up.
The move to the new system will also save the UK tax payer around ?7 million in admin costs and remove the need to post out thousands of tax disks to UK drivers.
The new 65 series registration number plates was introduced in the UK just over a week ago.
Why are we getting new 65 series number plates? Each year two sets of new registration plates are introduced into the UK via the DVLA at Swansea.
If you would like to purchase a new 65 series number plate click here and view our huge database of cherished number plates.
From 1 October 2015 it will be illegal to smoke in a car (or other vehicles) with anyone under 18 present. A survey has found that 62% of Britains admit to speeding – making it the most common law to break. The punishments for these laws vary from fines and points on your licence to months behind bars. You may shrug this off – if you don’t take drugs, you don’t have anything to worry about, right?


A Freedom of Information request carried out by the IAM earlier this month found that a whopping 902 arrests have already been made by police under new drug-driving laws. As part of the new laws, police are now carrying a ‘drugalyser’ to screen for cannabis and cocaine at the roadside. If you’re caught driving under the influence of drugs, you could face a hefty fine, a driving ban and even time in prison. Did you know that HGVs can now drive at 50mph on single carriageway roads across England and Wales, and 60mph on dual carriageways?
Introduced in April 2015, the increased speed limits (up 10mph from 40mph on single carriageways and 50mph on dual carriageways) were part of a modernisation of outdated legislation. At the time, it was said that actual average speeds were unlikely to change, meaning there was unlikely to be an adverse effect on road safety. In a bid to make London safer for cyclists, a new law being introduced later this year on 1 September will ensure all lorries and construction vehicles over 3.5 tonnes are fitted with essential safety equipment. This includes extra mirrors to give drivers a better view of cyclists and pedestrians around their vehicles, as well as side guards to protect cyclists from being dragged under the wheels. If the Metropolitan Police, City of London Police or Driver Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) catch you driving a non-compliant lorry through London after 1 September, you could be hit with a ?50 penalty notice or a fine of up to ?1,000 at Magistrates Court. Smoking in work vehicles has been illegal since 2007, but from October it’ll be against the law to light up in a car carrying anyone under the age of 18. Apparently three million children are exposed to secondhand smoke in cars, so a campaign will be introduced later in the year to make people aware of the change in the law. Penalties for breaking the new regulations are yet to be confirmed, but it’s likely ?50 tickets will be handed out to anyone caught flouting the ban. Previously, if you were charged with a summary motoring offence that couldn’t be dealt with through a fixed penalty notice (or you wanted to dispute it), you had to attend court to argue your case. But following a successful trial in Greater Manchester, the Government is rolling out a new ‘Make a Plea’ service. Motoring offences are the first to be dealt with using the ‘Make a Plea’ service – but the Government is now considering rolling it out across all minor offences.
This has been widely publicised, but there are still many who are oblivious to the new laws surrounding car tax. Police, as they have done for a long time, will be able to find out if a car’s taxed using their national computer.
Many haven’t cottoned on to the new system, and a lot of used cars are still being advertised as taxed. This means you’ll have to share your licence online with your employer if you need to drive a work vehicle, or request a unique code to share it with hire car companies. The official advice from the DVLA is to tear up and throw away your paper licence – but motoring organisations have said you should keep hold of it. In May the DVLA informed members of the public about the new Share Driving Licence service, which puts British driving licence holders firmly in control of who they share their most up to date driving licence information with. The service allows users to generate a check code  which they can share with a third party in order to prove their entitlement to drive – for example in response to a request from their employer, or when hiring a vehicle. Since the abolition of the counterpart driving licence on 8th June 2015, the service has been in public beta. Some of the feedback the DVLA have had highlights that for some, the 72 hours validity period when you generate a check code is not long enough. DVLA  plan to review this in three months once they have had sufficient further feedback from users and industry. As informed in previous posts as from today June 8th 2015 the Driving Licence Counterpart is no more. As part of the government’s Red Tape Challenge initiative to remove unnecessary burden, DVLA will no longer issue the paper counterpart to the photocard driving licence. As a member of the Motor Industry and also a prominent cherished number plate dealer we also like to keep our customers up to date with changes that happen within the Motor Industry. I have listed below a range of services that you can do online which saves you time and is instant.
The ‘Share Your Licence’ service will be available spring 2015 and should be used by both paper and photocard licence holders. Drivers applying online will see the fee for a provisional driving licence fall from ?50 to ?34 and online renewals after 10 years fall from ?20 to ?14. The new card has a refreshed design incorporating a host of improved security features to keep the driving licence secure. If you buy a brand new vehicle, the dealer will usually take care of all the necessary arrangements to register it to you.
You should have a vehicle registration certificate (known as the V5C) if you are the registered keeper of a vehicle. Buying a used vehicle is a serious business and while there is no guarantee that you won’t be a victim of vehicle crime, knowing your consumer rights will help.
From 1 October 2014 DVLA stopped issuing paper tax discs and you no longer have to display it on a vehicle windscreen. You will still need to get tax to drive or keep a vehicle on the road and DVLA will still send you a renewal reminder when your tax is due for renewal. When you buy a vehicle from a dealer, the dealer will automatically tax it when you register your details with DVLA. DVLA’s online vehicle tax service allows customers to buy vehicle tax 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, online or by automated phone.
Around 3 weeks before your tax runs out, you should get a reminder (V11) from DVLA, unless you have a Direct Debit in place and do not notify DVLA of changes.
DVLA compares its record with details of vehicles on the Motor Insurance Database to identify uninsured vehicles. It is an offence to keep a taxed vehicle without insurance – if you’re the registered keeper, you could get fined. Motorists still need to ensure they have a valid insurance policy, but DVLA will not check this when you tax a vehicle. If you are heading abroad for your holiday this year then this is a must that you need to do if you intend on hiring a car to drive abroad whilst you are on your holiday. The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) is scrapping the paper counterpart that accompanies all UK plastic photocard licences.
Information about penalty points for traffic violations such as speeding will be held only on the DVLA’s database, and will have to be checked online, by phone or by post.From June 8, holidaymakers heading abroad will have to log on to the DVLA website the day before and put in their driving licence number to obtain a special code to give to their car hire company when they arrive at the desk. Concerns are growing that the introduction of these new rules could mean people being turned away because many car hire firms abroad will still insist on examining the paper document to check for endorsements or bans. Motorists will also be able to download their driving history as a printable PDF file, although it is unclear whether all car hire firms will accept that, or how drivers without access to a computer will cope.
Back in February I posted about the Abolition of the photocard driving licence counterpart.
From 8 June 2015, the paper counterpart to the photocard driving licence will not be valid and will no longer be issued by DVLA.
If you already hold a paper counterpart, after 8 June 2015 it will no longer have any legal status. If you have a paper driving licence which was issued before the photocard driving licence was introduced in 1998 these will remain valid so do not destroy them.
The DVLA has a free service that lets you see what details are on your driving licence and also includes what vehiciles you are allowed to drive and if you have any penalty points. If you are an organisation or business that rely on the counterpart to check the driving record of customers or employees then the free online Share Driving Licence service will be available before the counterpart is abolished. From yesterday  9th March 2015 it will now cost you less to retain your cherished number plate.
This change sees the removal of the ?25 fee currently in place to renew the retention of a vehicle registration number on an annual basis.
Customers will see a significant reduction in turnaround times following the introduction of this service.
Today also sees DVLA launching its online ‘Take a Registration Number off a Vehicle’ service which allows keepers and the motor trade to apply to retain a number online. Remember to remove the spaces when typing your reference number in and there is an image that shows where you will find your reference number.
The first box is for your vehicle registration mark, which needs to be entered without spaces.
If there are any issues, there are two links below the table that can be used, depending on the areas that are incorrect.
It is worth double checking you have chosen the correct option and that the price is correct.
It offers you a link to join the NHS Organ Donor Register as well as more information about doing so.


This means that car rental suppliers will no longer be able to check them for endorsements (penalty points), as they will only be recorded electronically. However, in case there are problems with the service, drivers should take precautions to ensure they can still present the required information at the rental desk. To do this, visit the DVLA website to view your driving licence information and print it out. This code can be can be cancelled at any time, meaning you’re still in control of when your record can be accessed and by whom. And a set-to with car hire staff is the last thing you need when you’ve just touched down at your holiday destination. This is where every driver’s information is now stored (negating the need for a paper counterpart licence). To check, simply select the region you are visiting and the company supplying your car using the drop-down boxes below. You want to be certain nothing will go wrong – and if you follow the steps on this page, nothing will! UK drivers will still be able to pay for their car tax is Post Offices and online, you just will no longer receive a tax disk. Personalised Registration Numbers have now become a must have car accessory and prices have become more affordable and you can buy a cherished number plate for as little as ?30 plus vat. The first two letters on a registration plate indicate where the vehicle was registered, not where it was built. The law is changing to protect children and young people from the dangers of secondhand smoke. The law applies to every driver in England and Wales, including those aged 17 and those with a provisional driving licence. This puts them at risk of serious conditions including meningitis, cancer, bronchitis and pneumonia.
It still applies if people have the windows or sunroof open, have the air conditioning on, or if they sit in the open doorway of the vehicle. But the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) has warned that a number of new laws being introduced this year could mean that thousands of motorists may break the law accidentally.
Thousands of people could be facing driving bans, hefty fines and even imprisonment by unintentionally driving under the influence of drugs. Even if drivers pass this test, they may still be required to attend a police station to be tested for ecstasy, LSD, ketamine, heroin and other drugs. Not only was this inconvenient, it meant magistrates spent a lot of time dealing with minor motoring offences. This means motorists can make their case online through a secure website 24 hours a day, using a variety of devices, without having to attend court. That is not the case, and you could find yourself in trouble if you assume a secondhand car comes with tax. This will spread the cost over 12 months, meaning you won’t have to budget for six months’ tax when buying a secondhand car. The photocard driving licence introduced in 1998 is still valid, but all records of points and penalties will be kept online, rather than on your paper counterpart licence. Despite not being valid, it might be easier to show it when hiring a car abroad than trying to explain the new regulations to a disinterested hire car company worker. It’s clear that some users want the check code to last longer – particularly those who need it when they are travelling and so the DVLA have listened. This means that from today, existing paper counterparts will no longer be valid and should be destroyed.
Most new V5Cs are now red but some older ones may not be – to check the V5C is the latest issued use the DVLA enquiry service. DVLA send the V5C to the registered keeper, normally the person responsible for registering and taxing the vehicle. DVLA hold a digital record of taxed and untaxed vehicles and do not need you to have a paper disc as proof you have paid vehicle tax.
Alternatively, the option of licensing at the Post Office Ltd remains, for those who prefer to visit a Post Office® branch. If you sell a vehicle after 1 October and you have notified DVLA, they will automatically give a refund for any full calendar months left on the vehicle tax to the registered keeper. As posted previously the DVLA are axing the Counterpart Driving Licence from June 8th 2015 and Britons heading to Europe on holiday are facing the nightmare of arriving at their destination and not being able to hire a car, thanks to this controversial driving licence shake-up. But consumers booking car hire for holidays after June have not been warned the new rules are being introduced. The counterpart was introduced to display driving licence details that could not be included on the photocard.
You should destroy your paper counterpart after this date but you still need to keep your current photocard driving licence.
Should you need to update any of your personal details or renew your licence, when you apply for this then you will only be issued with a photocard driving licence. This service is currently in development but will be available before the counterpart is abolished in June and once we have details I will post on here.
Instead of the old fee of ?105 it will now only cost you ?80 to retain your personalised number plate. DVLA systems will be updated in real time and the service will provide instant confirmation that the application has been successful. The vehicle registration certificate (V5C) with the replacement registration number and retention certificate is issued by post to the registered keeper on DVLA’s records. The service will be launched as private beta and rolled out to the trade only for a 2-week period. You will then need to enter your V5C document reference number in the second box, again with no spaces.
You can also opt to input your email address and mobile phone number, but this isn’t required. The screen will detail the total cost to your credit card, which incurs an additional charge. You’ll need to input your postcode, driving licence number and National Insurance number to log in. If your region or supplier are not listed, we recommend that you take your licence check code anyway, for your own peace of mind, if it is requested. DVLA  have various cherished number auctions throughout the year and prices achieved are getting stronger all the time especially if they are single numbers or word related. The first letter stands for the region the vehicle was registered and the second represents a local DVLA office. The next two letters are the same for every vehicle registered in that time period. The law states that “it’s illegal in England and Wales to drive with legal drugs in your body if it impairs your driving”.
Instead, when you buy a car, you’ll have to buy tax straight away – either at the Post Office, online, or via the DVLA’s 24-hour automated phone system. Of course, it can be cancelled at any time, putting the user in control of when their record can be accessed and by whom.
The service is quick, easy and saves a great deal of time and effort. Motor insurance policies are no longer checked when you tax your vehicle, saving you further time. The terms and conditions of most car hire firms still explicitly state that paper counterparts must be produced. The service is for both paper and photocard driving licence holders and will also allow you to download a summary of your licence record which can be printed or shared. There will no longer be a replacement MOT certificate issued to the keeper as the original remains valid.
Below is a list of the Top 10 Registrations with the hammer prices (excluding VAT,buyers premium and ct fee) they achieved at auction.
The new registration plates will use 65, while registration plates from 1st March 2015 use 15. The final three letters are random and give the vehicle a unique identity. You don’t have to buy vehicle tax if you don’t use or keep your vehicle on a public road (e.g. A SORN will remain in force until DVLA is notified that a vehicle is taxed, sold, scrapped or exported.



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