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#1 V55

Post by rayloud@outlook.com » Mon Nov 08, 2021 12:16 pm

Hi All
I have just joined and am in the process of importing my 1966 Series One. With that in mind, I have completed the V55 form but just wanted to ask if anyone knows whether there are other forms required apart from my ID? It's never been registered in the UK before.
Many thanks in anticipation.
Ray
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Post by Heuer » Mon Nov 08, 2021 12:27 pm

This thread is worth reading: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=13626
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Post by eddiecross » Mon Nov 08, 2021 10:45 pm

This was my check list on the covering letter i used to send with the V55 forms:

List of Documents Included:

1. V55/5 Completed form
2. Proof of vehicle keepers name and address (Copy of Passport and Bank Statement)
3. Duty payable £55 (Historic Vehicle therefore exempt from Road Tax duty)
4. Certificate of Insurance (Equity Red Star)
5. Receipt as Proof of Purchase from Robert T Hunt on 1st August 2013
6. Certificate of Title (US Registration Document)
7. HMRC letter dated 3rd October 2013 confirming that all VAT and duty has been paid.
8. MOT test Certificate (now an exemption form)
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Post by rayloud@outlook.com » Sat Nov 20, 2021 3:32 pm

Hi Ed
Many thanks for that - most helpful. Where do you get an MOT exemption form?
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Ray

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#5 Re: V55

Post by Phil2+2 » Sun Nov 21, 2021 2:46 pm

Hi Gents
The V112 form from the DVLA gets you MOT exemption as you are declaring your 40 year old vehicle is one with historic status. Worked for my Lotus without a hitch.
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Post by 44DHR » Mon Nov 22, 2021 9:29 am

The V112 “Declaration of exemption from MOT” Form is available on the DVLA Government website and is simply printed out from there. Just fill in the Vehicle Registration Number, your full name and put “r” as the Category which gives rise to the exemption and then sign the Declaration that the information provided is correct.
Category “r” gives Exemption for a vehicle registered or manufactured 40 years ago and which has not been substantially changed in the last 30 years. The definitions of “substantially changed” are provided on the reverse of the Form.
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