Where do I get a V112 MoT exemption form?
To declare a MoT exemption, you have to download the v112 online on our website. This pdf version of v112 is printable. Once printed, you will have to fill it, and send it to the DVLA services (address : DVLA Swansea, SA99 1DD). Check our complete list of DVLA official motor vehicles forms.
Can I get a V112 form from the Post Office?
This must be done at your local Post Office. You can find your nearest branch here. You will be required to complete a V112 declaration form to declare MoT exemption.
What is a V112 form?
What Is V112 Form? Form V112, Declaration of Exemption from MoT, is a formal statement filled out by vehicle owners who want to be exempt from the Ministry of Transport (MoT) test when filing documentation for vehicle tax.
Do I need a V112 form?
Form V112 will exempt vehicles of historic interest (VHI) from further MoT tests. It will need to be done every year at a Post Office; if declaring by hard copy is inconvenient, an online portal, like the ones used to tax vehicles, notify the DVLA of a change of keeper or to declare SORN, is to be created.
How do I change my V5C to a historic car?
To declare your car or motorcycle as a Vehicle of Historic Interest, MOT exempt and tax exempt, you need to apply at a Post Office with:
- the log book (V5C in your name)
- a valid MOT certificate or a completed V112 MOT exemption form.
- your vehicle tax reminder letter if you have it.
Do historic vehicles need MOT?
You do not need to get an MOT if: the vehicle was built or first registered more than 40 years ago. no ‘substantial changes’ have been made to the vehicle in the last 30 years, for example replacing the chassis, body, axles or engine to change the way the vehicle works.
Does a historic vehicle need an MOT?
Is a 1980 car tax exempt?
If you don’t know when your car was built but you know it was registered before 8 January 1981, the same rule applies. This exemption is rolling, so from 2022, the dates will change to include those cars registered in 1982. Owners of historic vehicles benefit from fewer ownership costs.
Where do I send a DVLA V112 form?
V112’s are used at a Post Office and need to be completed and handed over to the post office worker when tax is due. They can not be sent via post to the DVLA.
When do I need to fill out a V112 form?
A V112 form needs to be filled out every year. V112’s are used at a Post Office and need to be completed and handed over to the post office worker when tax is due. They can not be sent via post to the DVLA.
How do I prove a V112 to post office?
When using a V112, the post office should see the V5C states Taxation Class – Historic inside the V5C. The front will back this up with having something along the lines of “Was registered and or used / declared manufactured 1962”.
How do I request an accessible version of a DVLA document?
Request an accessible format. If you use assistive technology (such as a screen reader) and need a version of this document in a more accessible format, please email firstname.lastname@example.org . Please tell us what format you need. It will help us if you say what assistive technology you use. Form and guidance to declare exemption from MOT.