DVLA GUIDE - Unofficial Guide to the DVLAв„ў How to make a SORN
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How to make a SORN
Ways to Make a SORN
Use the reference number shown on your Registration Certificate or V11 reminder form.
Call 0870 850 4444 and use the reference number shown on your Registration Certificate or V11 reminder form.
At a Post Office with Your V11 Reminder
Use the V11 reminder in person at any Post Office branch that issues tax discs or by post to the address shown on the reminder form.
Find your nearest Post Office branch that issues tax discs
By Post Without a Reminder
Use completed form V890 ‘Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN)’ and post to DVLA, Swansea SA99 1AR.
When Applying for a Refund
If your tax disc has complete months left to run, you can make a SORN at the same time you apply for a refund of vehicle tax.
In Advance – SORN or Vehicle Tax Due to Expire While You're Abroad
You can make a SORN up to two calendar months in advance. The vehicle must remain in Great Britain. Complete a V890 ‘Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN)’ together with a letter explaining why you're applying so far in advance and post them to DVLA, Swansea SA99 1AR.
Alternatively, you can make a SORN online or by phone at the time it's due or get someone to make a SORN for you while you're abroad.
Not Yet Registered as the Vehicle Keeper
If the vehicle isn't already registered in your name, you must submit the Registration Certificate (your details completed in section six) with your SORN notification. If you don't have the certificate, you must complete Form V62 ‘Application for a Registration Certificate (V5C)’ instead.
What Happens NOw?
DVLA should send you a letter confirming SORN. If you don't receive the letter after four weeks of making SORN, you should contact DVLA customer enquiries.Source: dvlaguide.co.uk