- 1 Can I sell a motorbike without a logbook?
- 2 Can I apply for a log book online?
- 3 How do I get a new v5 log book?
- 4 Can I order a replacement v5 online?
- 5 Can I do a V62 form online?
- 6 Can I Tax a vehicle without a V5?
- 7 How long does it take to get a log book?
- 8 Can you print DVLA forms?
- 9 Can I drive my car while waiting for logbook?
- 10 Can you tax a car without a log book?
- 11 Is a V5 a log book?
- 12 What do I do if my log book hasn’t arrived?
- 13 How do I get a V5C?
Can I sell a motorbike without a logbook?
It’s actually entirely possible (and 100% legal) to sell a car and transfer ownership without a V5C document. The V5C or Logbook holds all the ownership info for your vehicle. Once a car has been sold or changed ownership, you can also notify the DVLA without needing the V5C if it’s unavailable.
Can I apply for a log book online?
You cannot currently apply for a replacement log book online. If you are the registered keeper of a vehicle and your log book has been lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed, you can apply by phone and get a replacement for £25. You’ll need to contact DVLA Vehicle Enquiries on 0300 790 6802 and pay over the phone.
How do I get a new v5 log book?
You can get a duplicate log book online if you do not need to change anything in the log book. The log book will be posted to the address which the DVLA has on record. Apply online
- registration number of the vehicle.
- VIN/chassis number of your vehicle.
- name and postcode registered on your log book.
Can I order a replacement v5 online?
It’s much quicker to use the online service to replace a lost or damaged V5C log book and motorists will get a new one in 5 working days – motorists applying by post may have to wait up to 6 weeks. It costs £25 for a duplicate log book whether you go online or apply by post.
Can I do a V62 form online?
Use form V62 to apply for a vehicle registration certificate (V5C). You can get a duplicate vehicle log book (V5C) online if you do not need to change anything in the log book. If you need to make any changes or you’re not yet registered as the vehicle’s keeper, you must make an application by post using form V62.
Can I Tax a vehicle without a V5?
Can you tax a car without the V5C logbook? No. You cannot tax your vehicle if you do not have a V5C logbook. You can only tax the vehicle if you are the owner, as a V5C only proves you are the registered keeper of said vehicle.
How long does it take to get a log book?
DVLA aims to send out a new V5C to you as soon as possible, usually 4 weeks after getting the old V5C from the seller. This may take longer because of coronavirus. If you do not get it within 4 weeks: complete form V62 – ‘Application for a vehicle registration certificate’
Can you print DVLA forms?
If you need a paper copy of a form and cannot print it yourself, you can get most forms from a Post Office that offers DVLA services. Check whether your local Post Office stocks the form before you visit.
Can I drive my car while waiting for logbook?
Can I tax my car while waiting for my log book? Yes. If your log book (also known as a V5C) has been lost, damaged or stolen and you’re waiting for a new one to be delivered, you can still tax your car by visiting your local Post Office. You can also apply for a new V5C at the Post Office.
Can you tax a car without a log book?
A reminder from the DVLA (known as a V11) or your Registration Certificate (known as a V5C). If you have lost your V5C Registration Certificate, you can also tax your vehicle using a (V62) form.
Is a V5 a log book?
The V5C is also known as the vehicle logbook or simply the V5 form. It is the most important document you will possess as a car owner in the UK and it is essential to keep hold of it. If you’re buying, selling, or already own a car, knowing about the V5C registration certificate is essential.
What do I do if my log book hasn’t arrived?
The DVLA advises that the standard log book arrival time can be up to six weeks from your request – however, if your log book hasn’t arrived during this time, you are recommended to contact the department directly via the helpline or via the DVLA’s online email system available on their website.
How do I get a V5C?
If the new V5C fails to arrive, you can download a V62 ‘application for a vehicle registration certificate’ form or pick one up from a Post Office. Send this to the DVLA along with the ‘new keeper slip’ (section six) provided by the seller or you’ll be charged a fee. You should receive a V5C within six weeks.