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Latest Update on DVLA Changes in Northern IrelandBack

VehicleTestNIWith only one week to the transition date,just a reminder that from 21 July you will be able to:

  • Access the DVLA’s online vehicle tax service. This will allow Northern Ireland motorists to tax a vehicle or make a Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN) 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Simply go to http://www.gov.uk/taxdisc or
  • Call the automated number 0300 123 4321. It takes less than five minutes.
  • Use additional face-to-face services at around 175 Post Office® branches across Northern Ireland, which will offer an enhanced range of vehicle tax transactions. Some of these branches will be open on Saturdays.

You can find out your nearest branch by visiting www.postoffice.co.uk/branch-finder or by calling the Post Office® helpline on 0345 611 2970.

The DVLA’s other functions:

Driver licensing
• Driver and vehicle testing
• Bus and taxi licensing
• Roadside compliance checks

are not affected by the transfer of vehicle licensing to DVLA Swansea.

The identity checking service for driving licences currently provided at motor tax offices will be available,from Monday 21 July, at Driver Licensing HQ, County Hall, Coleraine and at the following test centres:

  • Armagh
  • Ballymena
  • Belfast
  • Downpatrick
  • Enniskillen
  • Derry
  • Omagh

Northern Ireland MOT Disc

From 21 July, when a vehicle registration is changed, either to due to re-registration or the assignment of a personalised registration/plate, the computerised MOT record will be updated with the new registration number. A new certificate and MOT disc will not be issued, but the MOT certificate will be amended and stamped by the DVLA to verify the changes. This does mean that the MOT disc displayed in the window of the vehicle will still show the previous registration number, but a check against the computerised records will verify that the vehicle has a current MOT.

Posted by Sue Robinson on 20/07/2014