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    Transfering a reg from one car to another

    how would i go about doing this?


    both cars are MOT'd and taxed, but one is on the other side of the country,

    what fee's are involved?



    sorry i'm new to this whole number plates thing
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    Costs £105 to transfer it as it said in the for sale thread

    IIRC Pete will need to do most the work to get it put on retention/transferred, so best off speaking to him about it - though I am sure you already are

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    Has it gone up already cost me £80 back in March.

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    £80 transfer fee when transferring one from a shop etc as its already on retention.
    But as its still on Pete's car, it needs to be put on retention first (£25) then transferred (£80).

    Info about it is all on DVLA's website.

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    already spoken to pete, neither of us really knows how its to be done

    any advice is appreciated

    cheers


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    As above all info + forms are on DVLA website

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    ahh rite, cheers
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    All you need to do is get a v317 form (downloadable from the DVLA website), Fill out all the details, send both car's docs off to your local office, then all the stuff will be sent back to the relevant people. It costs £80, as it states on the v317. All the certificates will be re-printed in the new owners name.

    The Donor car would be Pete's (whgich would recieve a random reg from DVLA). The recipient car would be yours.
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    Sorry didn't realise the plate was on retention.

    Have a look here helped me alot as i was clueless about plate transfering like yourself.

    http://www.astraownersclub.com/vb/sh...d.php?t=137270

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    can i put his reg on my name and then use it on a car thats not in my name, yet keep it on my name at the same time??
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