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DVLA UPDATE – CHERISHED NUMBER TRANSFERSBack

DvlaSome way towards Cherished Transfer Registrations going live ON-LINE

Following DVLA communications in January 2015, to tell us about the delay to the Personalised Registration (PR) ‘Take a Registration Number off a Vehicle’ service, the DVLA can now confirm that they have now received the Parliamentary clearances required to introduce the service.

They will be going into a selected on-line trial phase on 9 March 2015.

Those dealers who are participating in this trial-phase are aware and have been engaged with and have also been involved in our ongoing customer insight programme. The DVLA will be providing instructions and a link to the service before the service is rolled out. There will be a guidance video on using the service provided to all those who are participating to assist with any training that may be required, and to refer to for advice on using the service. This video will be issued w/c 2 March 2015 in readiness for the 9 March launch.

If participating trial dealers have any further questions, please contact the DVLA at the dedicated project email VMandPRproject@dvla.gsi.gov.uk

Following the successful trial phase the DVLA will be making this service fully available on GOV.UK on 24 March 2015.

The DVLA regret the inconvenience that the recent legislative delays has caused as they know this is a service which is eagerly awaited. Whilst the DVLA would usually try to avoid releasing a new service during the peak registration period, feedback from trade associations including the NFDA indicated that they should proceed with the launch of the service to avoid any further delays.

Posted by Sue Robinson on 20/02/2015