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registration document

n
(Automotive Engineering) Brit a document giving identification details of a motor vehicle, including its manufacturer, date of registration, engine and chassis numbers, and owner's name. Compare logbook2
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The vehicle shall be handed over to a valid Hungarian technical test, a certificate of origin, a license issued to the name of the contracting authority, a vehicle registration document, an environmental data sheet, a vehicle registration number attached to the vehicle and a standard sign "H".
To register a large vehicle the owner will also need a copy of the V5 vehicle registration document.
These include both parts of your driving licence - the paper part and the card - as well as the vehicle registration document (V5), your insurance certificate and passports for everyone travelling.
This is where a borrower uses their vehicle as security against a loan and the lender retains the logbook or vehicle registration document.
Take your driving licence, insurance certificate and vehicle registration document.
In addition you will need to take either the original vehicle registration document (V5c) or a Vehicle on Hire certificate (VE103b).
To ensure it is a legitimate sale, make sure you have the bill of sale and vehicle registration document.
Don't buy used cars without documentation - never buy a used car without a V5C vehicle registration document (logbook).
The only snag is that the owner of the card also has a vehicle registration document to go with it for a silver Audi saloon car of which Bob Paisley was the original owner.
Do not buy if the seller cannot produce the vehicle registration document, or the full service history - and don't accept 'It's in the post.
In the event of an accident, have with you at all times your motor insurance certificate and vehicle registration document.
It is more like a vehicle registration document (V5) where owner / vehicle details are logged with the DVLA.

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