DVLA can Deregister your vehicle

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Re: DVLA can Deregister your vehicle

Postby jonboy » Sun Dec 04, 2011 3:12 pm

To keep this thread up to date:

In June, I bought a car off Ebay. I went to the sellers house and filled out the V5 with a fictitous name, and had it sent to a block of bedsits with a shared entrance. I drove the car home and kept it in the garage for a couple of weeks. Once the v5 arrived, I filled out the permanent export section, thus removing it from the database and jurisdiction of the DVLA and British Police. I sent off for some replica foreign plates from licenceplates.tv and fitted a rear sun blind which obscures the fact that it is right hand drive from behind. It was a great joy screwing up the tax disc and tossing into the wood burner! :clap:

I have covered 2600 miles in her at present, been followed by the old bill, and travelled up and down the country in her. Even in the unlikely event of being pulled, and the copper running a search on the VIN, the car would come up as exported on the system, tying in with the foreign plates.

"is this car yours"
"no"
Who's is it?"
"My flatmates"
"where does he live"
"Sweden"
"oh" :police:
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Re: DVLA can Deregister your vehicle

Postby Yiannis » Mon Dec 05, 2011 8:17 am

Nice..
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Re: DVLA can Deregister your vehicle

Postby enegiss » Mon Dec 05, 2011 1:10 pm

:giggle: good stuff jb
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