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Hi

 

In July I purchased a van and on the same day I completed the part 9 of the V5C and posted it. At the time I did not get proof of postage however after few weeks now DVLA are now issuing me with a fine of £80 as I have not declared.

 

They have asked to me provide proof and I did made a copy of the original V5C before posting it now even then at this juncture they are not happy with the evidence. They are demanding that i have to pay the £80. I strongly disagree with their decision as it was not my fault if my post went missing.

 

Is there anything I can do to challenge this late licensing penalty. Thank you for reading

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If you didn't take out the licence when you purchased the vehicle, you would be liable for the penalty. It has nothing to do with sending anything to the DVLA.

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That letter shows they received the V5 as they confirm you are the registered keeper. This notice, as Raykay correctly points out is a penalty for not taxing the vehicle.

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I suspect that the OP has confused Caggers by talking about purchasing a van then submitting a part 9 section of the V5c.

 

Perhaps he can confirm if my suspicion is correct that the penalty imposed is for a vehicle that he put in part exchange? This is where the part 9 slip comes into play to inform the DVLA/move the responsibility for the vehicle to the motor trader. If it was a main line dealer, he should have the means to electronically SORN the vehicle (even though not registered to him) until the vehicle is sold on.


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In July I did a part exchange with a motor trader,

I completed the part 9 as I was no longer the registered keeper of that vehicle.

 

 

I immediately posted the part 9 to DVLA to inform them that I am no longer the owner of the vehicle.

 

 

It would appear that DVLA has not recieved my completed slip and thus imposing a fine for failing to inform that my vehicle had been sold to a motor trader.

 

Hope that clarifies any confusion

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