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How to upload documents with Regtransfers

Here's how to upload documents to your Regtransfers account.

The following demonstrates the uploading of a V5C document though it applies to any scanned document(s) including V5C V750 or V778. The steps shown are common on all devices.

Sign in to your account

Signing in to your account (mobile view)

Using the menu icon in the header, select Sign in to your account.

Enter your email address (make sure it is the one that you used to buy/sell the registration) and password then press Sign in.

Alternatively you can sign in with Google or Facebook.

Account notifications

Account notifications (mobile view)

In your Notifications area you'll find a document request for the registration you are buying or selling.

Press the Upload button.

* TIP. If the registration or notification is not present in your account, check that you are using the email address that you used when buying/selling your registration.

Complete the form

Complete the form (mobile view)

Complete the form with your details.

Samples of the documents are provided to assist you in knowing that you have the correct form. The required fields include info tips that will help you find the information on your document.

When you have completed the form press Continue.

Upload your scanned document

Upload your document (desktop view)

Press the add document icon to browse for the files on your device.

Please make sure that your image file(s) are;

  1. No larger than 10Mb in size
  2. JPG/JPEG, PNG or GIF file formats
Document preview (mobile view)

You will now see a preview of your uploaded image.

Press Upload files. A successful upload is indicated by a green tick above the image.

To add another file simply tap the icon again and select your next image, then click Upload files.

When you have uploaded all your file(s), press Done.

Viewing your uploads

Your uploaded documents (mobile view)

With your documents successfully uploaded your Order Details page will display your uploads.

If you need to change any of your uploads (such as when you have accidentally uploaded the wrong file), simply delete the file and re upload via the Upload button.

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The role of DVLA

Car registrations and number plates, including personalised number plates, in the UK, are the responsibility of the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency, usually known as the DVLA. It issues new registrations twice a year and also maintains the central database that records details of all vehicles licensed to drive on UK roads, along with their keeper and registration information.

Regtransfers works closely with DVLA to complete registration transfers as quickly and efficiently as possible. Regtransfers is a DVLA-registered supplier of personal car registrations and number plates and is listed on the DVLA Registrations website. All number plates supplied by Regtransfers comply with DVLA's prescribed standards and regulations.

DVLA administers all UK registration transfers and issues updated registration documents when the registration number of a car is changed, or when a registration is removed from a vehicle and placed on a retention document in accordance with the DVLA Retention Scheme.

DVLA is a registered trade mark of the Driver & Vehicle Licensing Agency. Regtransfers is not affiliated with the DVLA or DVLA Personalised Registrations. Regtransfers is a recognised reseller of unissued Government stock.

Number plate regulations

When a car is on the road, it is an offence to display number plates bearing any number other than the vehicle's officially recorded registration number. If you purchase a private registration, learn how to transfer private plates before displaying the new number.

All registration number plates displayed on UK vehicles must comply with the official number plate regulations. DVLA oversees enforcement of number plates display regulations and maintains a register of approved manufacturers and retailers of vehicle number plates.

Regtransfers is not part of, and is not formally affiliated with DVLA.

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