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DVLA Registration.

Post  lynnr on Sun 10 Mar 2013, 8:42 am

Please don't comment to keep it tidy.

Forms needed

V55/4
V627/1

Get the forms Here DVLA


Only boxes completed are listed. All others were left blank.

(IGNORE THE NUMBER AS THE FIELDS ON THE FORM HAVE DIFFERENT NUMBERS NOW)
2 Tax class: steam vehicle
3 Period of tax applied for: 12 months
6 Make: name of prototype maker, in my case Burrell.
7 Model: model of prototype, in my case Agricultural.
8 Type of body:steam tractor
9 Wheel plan: 2 axle rigid
10 Colour(s): as appropriate
11 Type approval number/catagory: n/a
28 Date from which tax disc is to run: date of registration
29 Type of fuel: steam
30 VIN/Chassis/Frame No: boiler number
31 Engine number: boiler number
32 Cylinder capacity: n/a
45 Partial postcode of purchaser: first part of your postcode
Back of first page:
46 Name & address of vehicle keeper: your details
47 Date of birth: your details
sign & date

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Re: DVLA Registration.

Post  Tim Watson on Thu 25 Apr 2013, 12:55 pm

You also need to send:
Forms, as outlined by Lynn above.
Photograph of boiler plate showing STW number, in situ on the engine.
Some good portrait pictures of the engine making it look big: A4 size.
A letter from STW stating that it is a new build.
A letter from STW stating that it will not exceed 20mph.
Insurance certificate.
Boiler test certificate: this could be the original STW hydraulic or the in-steam one
Cheque for 55 (currently).

Took a couple of weeks in my case. No inspection requested.

Tim

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Post  Brian M on Wed 26 Feb 2014, 6:58 pm

****** As of the 1st Jan 2014 ******

Your engine needs to have a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), which must be stamped on to your boiler. This number will be provided to you by DVLA after you have submitted the forms and supporting evidence, as mentioned in the posts above.

(Note: I also had to produce a certificate stating the weight of the engine.)

The letter containing the VIN, is returned to DVLA with a rubber stamp and signature from a garage to say the VIN has been stamped on correctly.

After this process is complete, you will then receive your registration mark. I have just gone through the whole 'painful' process and DVLA have confirmed the approval of a XX14 plate Very Happy.

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Post  IanL on Wed 26 Feb 2014, 7:44 pm

Does the stamping in of the VIN number compromise the boiler safety hence why the boiler number is not stamped into the steel but on the welded plate?
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Post  the coleman on Sat 29 Mar 2014, 6:00 pm

On filling out v627/1 what exactly do you put in the boxes as I'm not sure what to put . And is it just the top section were is says cars/ vans and major components .

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Post  the coleman on Sun 30 Mar 2014, 12:35 pm

Did anyone fill this form in

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Re: DVLA Registration.

Post  lynnr on Sun 30 Mar 2014, 2:50 pm

It should still be just the fields as specified at the start of this thread.

If the field is. Not listed it is left blank.

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Post  the coleman on Sun 30 Mar 2014, 2:56 pm

Thanks lynn. im talking about the (built up vehcile report)

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Post  highpressure on Sun 30 Mar 2014, 4:25 pm

Andy, Having looked at this form now I remember it, it is just the first (top ) section and in all sections just put new, i.e. none of the parts have been salvaged from a donor vehicle. Pointless form really for us.

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