What is the 11 digit reference number on your log book?
The important part to conceal on this document is the ‘document reference number’, an 11 digit code printed in five sections of the V5C. The V750 is a document issued by DVLA to the purchaser of a brand new (never previously issued) personalised registration.
How do I find my V11 number?
The 16 digit reference number from your tax disc renewal letter, which is also known as your V11. Or the 11 digit reference number from your log book, also known as your V5C.
How do I tax a car with 11 digits?
You can tax your vehicle online if you have:
- the 11 digit reference number from your V5C (if you’re the current keeper)
- the 12 digit reference number from the new keeper slip if you’ve just bought the car (and do not have a V5C in your name yet)
How do I find my logbook reference number?
How do I find my V5C number without a logbook? Unless you happened to have written it down, the only way to get this number is on the logbook. Therefore you’ll need to apply for a new one with a V62 form, which will cost £25 and take at least six weeks.
Where is the V5C number on a logbook?
You’ll be asked to provide your insurance company’s name and postcode in the ‘provide trader details’ sections, along with your vehicle registration number and the 11-digit reference number from section nine (V5C/3) of the logbook.
What is a vehicle log book V5C?
Also known as a V5C, a vehicle logbook is a document required by the DVLA. It tracks the registration and taxation history of a specific vehicle. In other words, the logbook serves to link a person to a specific vehicle, by demonstrating who keeps the car. The logbook proves your ownership of a vehicle.
What is V11 form?
The Vehicle Licence Application/SORN form (V11) is a dual-purpose form which allows registered keepers to either tax or declare SORN on their vehicle.
What’s a V11?
Taxing your Vehicle with a Reminder This form has two purposes, and as such is called the V11 ‘Vehicle Licence Application or SORN (Statutory Off Road Notification)’. The V11 can be used to either renew the vehicle’s tax or declare that it will be off road (see Statutory Off Road Notification).
What is a V11?
What is logbook reference number?
If you’re looking to sell your vehicle, you will usually need the 11-digit reference number found in your vehicle log book. You will also need to give the buyer the green ‘new keeper’ slip from said log book. Once you’ve done so, you need to inform the DVLA that you have sold your vehicle using this method.
What kind of loan is a logbook loan?
A logbook loan, also known as a V5 loan, is a type of secured loan. It allows you to borrow money using your car as security. When you take out a logbook loan, the lender takes over ownership of your car until the loan’s paid off.
Where do I find the log book number on my car?
Call 0300 790 6802 with the registration number, make and model of the vehicle and the document reference number of the blue logbook (the 11 digit number on the front of the log book). You must be the registered keeper and there must be no changes needed to the V5C. Find out more about the new red logbooks in our update on the ingenie blog.
How do I order a blue log book?
Order by telephone: Call 0300 790 6802 with the registration number, make and model of the vehicle and the document reference number of the blue logbook (the 11 digit number on the front of the log book).
What do you need to know about a logbook?
– Young Driver’s Guide What is a logbook? A logbook is NOT proof that you own the car. Your logbook or V5C registration certificate is proof that you are the registered keeper of your vehicle, which only means that you’re responsible for registering and taxing the vehicle.