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Thread: How to Import Your Motorcycle from the EU.

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    Registering an imported motorcycle which is over 40 years old.

    Hi all, just to update this a little regarding the registering of a motorcycle that has been imported and is over 40 years old.
    A couple of friends have recently purchased imports from DK Motorcycles and the route through the DVLA system was quite simple, they had to get dating letters from the VJMC (vintage japanese motorcycle club - or if not a japanese bike you just need a letter from a recognised owners club), fill in a form V55/5 and send a cheque for £55 along with 2 forms of identity info.
    No MOT or certificate on insurance required.
    About 8/10 weeks later they got their reg number and V5's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harley-metisse View Post
    Hi all, just to update this a little regarding the registering of a motorcycle that has been imported and is over 40 years old.
    A couple of friends have recently purchased imports from DK Motorcycles and the route through the DVLA system was quite simple, they had to get dating letters from the VJMC (vintage japanese motorcycle club - or if not a japanese bike you just need a letter from a recognised owners club), fill in a form V55/5 and send a cheque for £55 along with 2 forms of identity info.
    No MOT or certificate on insurance required.
    About 8/10 weeks later they got their reg number and V5's.
    I've done the above three times this year and by photographing my card license that was the only ID required.

    Got the V5Cs within a month!

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