Number for dvla log book enquires.

To get a replacement V5C Vehicle Registration Certificate (sometimes called a log book), you can apply by phone or use form V62. You can get a replacement if your original V5C certificate has been stolen, lost, damaged, destroyed or you have not received the certificate for your new vehicle.

Apply by phone:

  • Telephone: 0300 790 6802 (lines are open Monday to Friday 8am to 7pm and Saturday 8am to 2pm)

Note: You can apply by phone if: you were shown as the registered keeper on the original registration certificate; your name, address and vehicle details haven’t changed; and you can pay the £25 fee by debit or credit card.

Apply by post:

  • Address: DVLA, Swansea SA99 1DD

Complete form V62 application for a vehicle registration certificate and send it to DVLA with the £25 fee.

There is no fee if you have not received the V5C registration certificate for your new vehicle however still have your green V5C/2 section. You will need to send this in with the completed V62 form.

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Updated on Wednesday, August 19 2015 at 12:02PM BST
Source: www.gov.uk/...
Collection: log book 

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