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You can tax your vehicle without a V11 reminder letter using a:
If you’re the current keeper, you must apply for a replacement V5C and tax your vehicle at a Post Office.
If you’re the new keeper, you cannot tax your vehicle without a new keeper slip. You’ll need to apply for a new V5C by post. You can also get the form from the Post Office.
A new V5C costs £25.
You can tax your vehicle online if you have:
You need to contact DVLA to tax by phone. You’ll need your V5C (logbook) or new keeper slip when you call.
Telephone: 0300 123 4321
Find out about call charges
You can apply at a Post Office that deals with vehicle tax.
You’ll also need one of the following:
You may also need:
In Northern Ireland you’ll also need an insurance certificate or cover note.
You’ll also need to bring your address, date of birth and your bank or building society account details if you’re setting up a Direct Debit to tax your vehicle.
You can check that your vehicle has been taxed online.
Don’t include personal or financial information like your National Insurance number or credit card details.
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