pedawson wrote:diasan, try selling YOUR vehicle without telling the DVLA.
frogmanbrabs wrote:In REALITY DVLA own the numbers that relate to the engine,chassis and the reg number, NOT the actual metal and plastic etc that make up the physical car. In a way it's like a birth certificate. This is my opinion. If I made a car of my own and it had no numbers on the engine/chassis and no reg number how would the DVLA lay any claim to it?
diasan wrote:However, what happens in the following situation:
I buy a car. I let you keep it and use it. (Hence you would be the registered keeper from DVLA's perspective?)
I sell the car to my Brother. He still lets to keep it and use it. (Hence no need to change the registered keeper?)
Would DVLA claim that they need to be informed of the above sale?
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