A driver drove off after hitting my parked car, but I have CCTV footage of the incident - can I demand the owner's details from DVLA?

Today my car was damaged in a car park. The store keep CCTV and confirmed the incident took place and have agreed to keep the footage. I now have the details of the car, but not the details of the owner. Will my situation satisfy DVLA that I have a legitimate reason for disclosure of the driver?

Asked on 28 December 2017 by 372AJ

Answered by Honest John
Yes. That is 'Just Cause' to demand the Keeper Details from the DVLA within the terms of the Data Protection Act.
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