Time warp M100 - Chassis number 30

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Re: Time warp M100 - Chassis number 30

Postby GeoffSmith » Fri 19.02.2021, 20:12

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Re: Time warp M100 - Chassis number 30

Postby Rambo » Fri 19.02.2021, 23:17

Next question Geoff. What is the reg. no. of the blue car on the right?

A158 TYF still recorded as Zante
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Re: Time warp M100 - Chassis number 30

Postby GeoffSmith » Sat 20.02.2021, 10:32

You tell me bonny lad…
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Re: Time warp M100 - Chassis number 30

Postby tb10 » Sat 20.02.2021, 11:38

Simon_P wrote:Refereing to your previous post "Untaxed" is what shows when you register a car that isn't on the DVLA database. It shows on the taxation class on the V5.

Its not clear from your earlier post if you are refereing to the the V5 taxation class?


Hi Simon,

What I was meaning was that there must be some confusion about the VIN number at DVLA as there appears to be two VIN's attributed to that car but obviously only one registration number. The car was originally taxed using the engine sticker VIN (call it VIN1) and issued with the G931LVG registration number. That would become the default position at DVLA. However, the re-issued logbook, which the previous owner only obtained shortly before I acquired the car last year, uses the chassis VIN so when I declared a SORN on the car using the VIN on the V5 (VIN2) the system initially accepted the application. That must mean that the car is on their database as I have a confirmation email. However, somewhere along the line DVLA subsequently didn't recognise that declaration and that's why I got the "Tax it or SORN it" warning letter from DVLA. Having spoken to the DVLA they initially couldn't work it out either, put me on hold, and then came back to me and told me not to worry about it. I've heard nothing since.

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Re: Time warp M100 - Chassis number 30

Postby Simon_P » Sat 20.02.2021, 14:05

Hi John,

If you have a V5 it is on their database.
You should be able to SORN it with the document reference number.
What is thout e taxation class shown on the V5?
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