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CAR REGISTRATION (Quick & Reliable)

Car Registration comes with a very tedious chain of activities that cannot be overlooked. Amadok Car Solutions aims to provide you affordable, efficient and effective car registration services in a short period. Stress-free, quick and reliable registration with valid DVLA documents.

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Registration Process

Prior to registering the vehicle, the following steps must be taken:

  1. Custom Inspection: This process is to make sure that all the vehicle documents are intact and the customs duties are duly paid.
  2. Garage inspection: This is done to test the strength of the car. Afterwards, a report is obtained. The vehicle will be registered if it is in  good shape and if it  does not, the vehicle owner will have to send it to the mechanic shop for maintenance.

Registration by vehicle owner

The following documents should be submitted by the vehicle owner when registering the car:

  1. Customs documents.
  2. Two recent coloured passport size picture of owner
  3.  Personal Identification.

Registration by a vehicle agent

An agent registering on behalf of the owner is to submit all the requirements above and in addition present:

  1. The power of Attorney from the owner (Authority note).
  2. Photocopy of Identity(ID) Card  of the owner
  3. ID and a recent coloured passport picture of the agent.

Below are the procedures you will have to go through at the DVLA office:

  1. Present vehicle together with customs documents to the customs officials  on the DVLA premises for inspection and release for registration stamp.
  2. Present release document to DVLA officials for inspection, processing and documentation.
  3.  A prescribed fee based on the cubic capacity/tonnage of the vehicle is charged for the processing.
  4. Acquire Form A and Vehicle Registration Certificate (VRC) to fill. Affix Photographs and sign at appropriate places. Form A is used when the owner is the one registering the vehicle and Form C is used when there is a transfer of ownership.
  5. Return completed forms to DVLA for processing.
  6. The registration number is assigned and the number plate is issued to the owner.

Commercial vehicles will be required to get a retro-reflective tape and vehicles without seat belts will not be registered. Private cars pay higher road worthy because their road worthy expire in a year and that of commercial vehicles expire in six months.