Easier VES access

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Posted: 170707
Easier VES access
It is now possible to access the DVLA's Vehicle Enquiry Service (VES) using only the registration number of the vehicle and you can enter it as a continuous stream of characters and not have to adopt the spacing on the VRN. Also the enquiry webpage no longer requires you to enter the make of car. This is of less importance to MGV8 and other MG owners, but older cars originally on local council records, are very liable to have the make shown as an amalgam of the make and model, so unless you have access to the V5C where you can see exactly what DVLA has recorded on its systems it was difficult or impossible to use the service. It's available at: https://vehicleenquiry.service.gov.uk/