What is a cherish number plate?

What is a cherish number plate?

What is a cherished number plate? Cherished number plates are usually dateless car registrations pre-1963, often found on classic vehicles. However, they also include newer, highly sought-after number plates.

How long does it take to transfer a cherished number plate?

The time taken to transfer your new private number plate to your car can vary, depending on the circumstances. On average it takes around 3-5 weeks.

Do you have to wait for v5 to put private plate on?

You’ll no longer need to wait for the vehicle registration certificate V5C (log book) to arrive in the post. Downloading the eV948 will allow you to get your number plate made up quicker with your nearest registered number plate supplier (RNPS).

How long does logbook take to come?

You should usually receive your log book within 6 weeks if you apply by post.

What are cherished plate documents?

You will need these documents:

  • V5C Registration Document.
  • DVLA V750 Certificate OR V778 Retention Document.
  • V5C Registration Document.
  • DVLA V750 Certificate OR V778 Retention Document.
  • DVLA V317 Application to transfer or retain private number plate.
  • DVLA V62 form.
  • V5C/2 New Keeper Supplement (green slip)
  • DVLA V10 Application.

What is a cherished VRM?

Cherished number plates is a term that is traditionally used by the motor trade to describe dateless registration marks issued before 1963. You may be more familiar with the terms private registrations, personalised car numberplates or even just private plates.

How long does it take DVLA to update records?

DVLA launches online service to change address on vehicle log book (V5C) The new online service will cut the amount of time it takes for motorists to receive a new log book from up to 6 weeks to just 5 working days.

Do I have to retain my old number plate?

If your existing registration number is just a standard one, then you may be wasting your money paying to retain it. If the existing registration number is a private one, then you must retain it. If you don’t the DVLA will void it and it will be permanently lost.