I have recently purchased my company car, as it was well below book price. I intend to sell it on privately.
As I am no longer insured through the company policy, I have insured it on a 30 day temporary basis on an existing policy I have.
The company insists that as I am purchasing the car, I must have the log book transferred into my name. I do not want to have prospective buyers coming around, only to see there is no log book and as I only have 30 days insurance, I need to get it sold pretty quick.
I therefore need to know how long the return of the Log book is likely to take, and if there is any way to raise the priority with the DVLA.
wat is the procedure when u apply for log book -
dvla do wat they gorra do
theres no fast track
theres no knowing dave in the post room
its all tick bod lead and you will get served when they are ready
your local dvla office can do nothing to speed up swansea see 2
Following his excellent performance at Le Mans and the Goodwood Festival of Speed in a Nissan GT-R, up and coming racer Jann Mardenborough won the GP3 support race at the Grand Prix weekend at Hockenheim.