Return the fine letter to the organisation that sent it to you and tell them you do not own the vehicle. Keep a copy of anything you send.
You used to own the vehicle
Send the organisation a copy of the letter that DVLA sent you when you sold the vehicle to confirm you’re not the registered keeper anymore.
If you do not have the letter from DVLA
Write to DVLA to ask for proof that you’re not the registered keeper anymore.
In your letter to DVLA you should include:
- the vehicle registration number, make and model
- the exact date of sale or transfer
- the name and address of the person you sold or transferred it to
DVLA will send you a replacement letter within 4 weeks.
You’ve never owned the vehicle
If you’ve never been the registered keeper, write to DVLA to ask for proof that you’re not the registered keeper. Give them as much information about the vehicle as possible.
DVLA will update their records and send a letter of confirmation to you within 4 weeks.