The DVLA’s ‘Register a Vehicle’ (RaV) service has handled over 1.5 million new vehicle registrations in the first year in operation.
The UK’s used car market was down just 0.6% or 11,517 sales in the first quarter of 2019, compared to the same period in 2018.
GDPR legislation means less data is available but motor retailers fear lack of transparency could have far-reaching implications
The DVLA’s decision to no longer put previous keeper information on a used car V5 may put the used car market at risk.
A successful trial of the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency’s new cloud-based first vehicle registration system will see it replace the current system by February.
A 25-year-old who stole a Saudi prince’s Rolls-Royce and sold it to a Huddersfield dealership has been jailed.
The DVLA is to hold a webinar for motor retailers on the changes to vehicle tax.
Driving licence checks carried out through Cooper Solutions' systems have helped to uncover 62,000 customer credentials needing further investigation, the DMS specialist claims.
The DVLA will allow customers to drive-away on the day during a four-day outage of its Automated First Registration and Licensing service which clashes with a busy plate-change weekend.
A survey of over 500 MyCarCheck.com customers has revealed highlighted the differences between male and female perspectives on motoring.
Family-run Saxton 4x4 have splashed out £46,000 on the number plate ‘1 SUV’ and this week attached the purchase to its latest showroom addition – Bentley’s £160,000 Bentayga.
The majority of motorists are against the Government’s decision to scrap the paper-based driving counterpart licence, according to a new poll by Motorpoint.
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) is reminding car buyers not to buy a vehicle that doesn't come with a V5C log book.
The DVLA's new online system to check driving licences following the abolition of the paper counterpart crashed on the day of its launch yesterday.
Dealers are being urged to prepare for the withdrawal of the paper counterpart of the driving licence – or face an unexpected administrative burden that could affect service and sales departments’ performance, says Cooper Solutions.
Reports suggest dealers in Northern Ireland are facing problems registering vehicles following the transfer of the Driver Vehicle Agance to Wales in July.
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