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 Post subject: DVLA V55/5
PostPosted: Thu Jul 02, 2015 10:49 am 
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V55/5 & registering my recently imported GPW. Do I need to fill in all the boxes? I do not have a 'certificate of conformity' and it seems some questions can only be answered with one of these.
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 Post subject: Re: DVLA V55/5
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Your best bet would be to go to your local DVLA office and get them to fill the gaps while you are there.

I did this when importing a VW camper from the US. as its a vehicle already used in the UK half of it I didnt have to fill in.

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Do you know someone else with a CoC for a GPW?

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If you are a member of the MVT they will guide you through the process and make sure you don't end up getting anything wrong. :D

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 08, 2015 18:48 pm 
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Karl-heinz Henschel wrote:
Your best bet would be to go to your local DVLA office and get them to fill the gaps while you are there.

I did this when importing a VW camper from the US. as its a vehicle already used in the UK half of it I didnt have to fill in.


Is there such a thing as a local DVLA office ? they all shut years ago.

Registered my USA import GPW a few months ago, just needed a few things on the V55/5 such as:

Make: FORD
Body type: light 4x4 utility
Wheelplan: 2 axle rigid body
Engine size: 2200
Taxation class: Historic
Colour: Green
Seats: 4
Type approval: exempt
Engine & Chassis no:

Don't forget to include USA title, NOVA form, 2 copies of photo ID & some recent bills.
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