A vehicle which is used on the roads must in all but a few cases be registered. This involves the identification of the vehicle through a unique registration mark. The owner of the vehicle must provide DVLA with details of the vehicle and its keepers, and they in turn will issue a registration document or certificate which confirms that the registration has been effected. A registration document or certificate (V5C) shows the registered keeper of a vehicle. The registered keeper is the person who keeps the vehicle on a public road and it is important to note that this does not have to be the legal owner.
Information on the topics below is available to FTA members by clicking on any available links or by downloading the Vehicle registration chapter of the Yearbook of Road Transport Law
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