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Hello new the forum so apologies if this has already been asked.

 

I'm looking at trading my car in within the next week or so and have realised I have lost my logbook (Yes i do own the car), because I'm moving address as well the DVLA says it will take 4 to 6 weeks to get a replacement. Can i still trade my car to a garage without my logbook?

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Hi and welcome to CAG

 

There have been significant changes to the V5C system, which car buyers and sellers both need to understand. The DVLA revisions have introduced a website registration process available for anyone selling a car to either a dealer or private buyer, which is designed to cut hassle, reduce the waiting time while paper documents are processed, and hopefully save the tax-payer some money on admin costs.

 

As a seller, this means you’re no longer required to post your V5C off to the DVLA when you sell a vehicle, but if you don’t you are still required to report the change of ownership online.

 

Read on for the full details of the DVLA's changes to the UK V5C document, and how they affect you when selling or buying a car.

 

 

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Andy

https://www.gov.uk/sold-bought-vehicle/y/private-vehicle-owner/sold-your-vehicle-to-a-private-individual-or-business

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I've used the new dvla online system to transfer a motor and it works quite well - both buyer & seller get instant email notification and no need to rely on the post. If you've lost the V5 I don't think you'll be able do the transfer online, unless you know your V5 doc ref number.

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