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Make a Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN) if your vehicle is not being taxed and you're keeping it off the road. As with tax, a vehicle can be declared SORN online, by phone or when applying for a refund of your tax.
How to make a SORN
Registered keepers can declare their vehicle is off the road via DVLA's online service, or by their telephone service. DVLA sends a confirmation letter within four weeks. You should contact DVLA if you do not receive it.
Note the reference number from your V5C registration certificate, V11 or V85/1 reminder and use DVLA's online SORN service .
Note the reference number from your V5C registration certificate, V11 or V85/1 reminder and call DVLA on 0300 123 4321.
Recently Registered Keepers
For new keepers who received a V5C in the current month, complete form V890 Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN). Send the form to DVLA, Swansea SA99 1AR.
You will need to apply for a registration certificate. Use the current V5C's section six and fill out a V890. Send both to DVLA, Swansea SA99 1AR.
Refunds and Nil Value Tax Discs
If you're applying for a refund or returning a nil value tax disc because you're keeping the vehicle off the road, you must make a SORN from the V14 application form .
Buying a Vehicle with SORN
The day you buy the vehicle marks the end of the SORN period with the previous keeper. Make a new SORN if you intend to keep the vehicle off the road.
Re-taxing following SORN
Receiving your NotificationSource: www.nationalnumbers.co.uk