DOT fees explained for Registration Transfers

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Registration Fees and Charges

Registration Fees and Charges Explained:

Department of Transport Fees

Transferring to a vehicle from a V750 certificate of entitlement attracts a DOT fee of 80.00 levied by the Department of Transport.

In transferring a registration to your vehicle from a V778 document there will be a charge of 80.00 levied by the Department of Transport.

When transferring a registration from your vehicle to a V778 document there will be a charge of 80.00 levied by the Department of Transport.

Note: The majority of existing registrations have been assigned to V778 retention documents at a cost of 105 which was the charge previously levied by the DVLA and so cherished numbers on our website are priced accordingly.

Value Added Tax

Value Added Tax (VAT) will apply in certain cases and will not apply in other cases. The application of VAT will be determined by the source for the registration.

If the registration is a government stock registration then VAT will be applied to the base price and not to the DOT fee.

Where registrations are being marketed and sold on behalf of private clients there will be either part VAT or no VAT charged.

Value Added Tax (VAT) will be applied at the standard rate for those registrations that are sold on behalf of VAT registered businesses.