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Author: Subject: IVA......Done!
b3ngy

posted on 29/8/14 at 11:52 AM Reply With Quote
IVA......Done!

Passed IVA test this morning @ Southampton on second attempt. So glad its done now. Emissions were tricky with busa engine but got there in end after driving the car around the car park to get the cat hot!

Now need to get on the case of registering it.

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loggyboy

posted on 29/8/14 at 11:57 AM Reply With Quote
Congrats... keep us updated on the registration process.






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Jenko

posted on 29/8/14 at 12:03 PM Reply With Quote
Well done, I too will be venturing down to the Southampton IVA centre soon.





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gaz05

posted on 29/8/14 at 12:15 PM Reply With Quote
Well done. I'm just waiting for a retest.
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adithorp

posted on 29/8/14 at 12:27 PM Reply With Quote
Nice one!

Passing the cat' emmision test with an open loop system is always ging to be tricky. Well done.





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b3ngy

posted on 29/8/14 at 12:30 PM Reply With Quote
Just phoned dvla to clarify which forms I need to complete.

V55/5 as it has been built from doner parts
V627/1

Also required is-
Copy of I.D
Copy of build receipts
Fees for registration/tax

AND AN MOT CERTIFICATE????? Really?? How can an MOT be issued to a car that is not registered??

Please help.

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loggyboy

posted on 29/8/14 at 12:57 PM Reply With Quote
Ignore that bit - Probably they think its an import or something.
F*cknuts.
Either that or they meant IVA Cert.

[Edited on 29-8-14 by loggyboy]






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b3ngy

posted on 29/8/14 at 01:06 PM Reply With Quote
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Either that or they meant IVA Cert.



I asked if that was what they meant but they said IVA cert and MOT.

Has anybody else taken their car for an MOT straight after passing IVA?? I really cant understand why you would need to do this but am now worried it will massively delay registration if I dont do it and it is required.

Cheers, Ben

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Fishface

posted on 29/8/14 at 02:38 PM Reply With Quote
ignore it, rubbish ive just done mine and didnt need one
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scutter

posted on 29/8/14 at 03:16 PM Reply With Quote
Well done Ben, Just a few more hoops to jump through.

Regards Dan.





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snapper

posted on 29/8/14 at 04:36 PM Reply With Quote
No MOT for 3 years
The IVA is an MOT++
If DVLA was near me I would take a job there and shake up the kit car a specials dept





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b3ngy

posted on 29/8/14 at 05:22 PM Reply With Quote
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If DVLA was near me I would take a job there and shake up the kit car a specials dept



Haha someone needs to


Thanks for the comments and advice guys much appreciated.

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wicket

posted on 29/8/14 at 08:47 PM Reply With Quote
Keep a copy of your IVA certificate because you won't get it back.
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joneh

posted on 29/8/14 at 08:57 PM Reply With Quote
Well done, will keep an eye out around Fareham for you!

I'd like that style roll cage for my haynes roadster but wondered if you constantly bang your legs on it?

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stripe

posted on 29/8/14 at 09:54 PM Reply With Quote
Hope your registration goes more smoothly than mine did, took 48 days to get my registration (q plate), with the DVLA loosing all my paperwork including receipts etc, make sure you have copies!!! Only got the registration 3 weeks ago.
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neilp1

posted on 30/8/14 at 05:03 AM Reply With Quote
Nice one.

I sent away my paper work last saturday to DVLA special delivery.

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adithorp

posted on 30/8/14 at 07:51 AM Reply With Quote
The front of the V55 lists the required accompanying documentation. MOT isn't one of them. I think when you phone DVLA you get through to a help desk that deals with lots of enquiries and whoever gets lumbered with the job for the day doesn't necessarily know all the ins and outs of kit registration.





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b3ngy

posted on 30/8/14 at 08:13 AM Reply With Quote
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I'd like that style roll cage for my haynes roadster but wondered if you constantly bang your legs on it?



Not really, got a nice piece of roll cage padding. It actually makes a nice knee rest.


Well I cant do much at the moment as didn't realise I had to get the dvla to send me the paperwork. Why dont they just make all the forms printable from their website?

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The Black Flash

posted on 30/8/14 at 09:32 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by adithorp
The front of the V55 lists the required accompanying documentation. MOT isn't one of them. I think when you phone DVLA you get through to a help desk that deals with lots of enquiries and whoever gets lumbered with the job for the day doesn't necessarily know all the ins and outs of kit registration.


Yeah, I spoke to 3 different people and they all gave me different answers, none of which matched what was on the website or forms. Stick with what's written down and ignore what the people on the phone say.
And as above, take copies of everything, and send it signed delivery.

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b3ngy

posted on 31/8/14 at 03:30 PM Reply With Quote
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And as above, take copies of everything, and send it signed delivery.



Will do, thanks for the advice.

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adithorp

posted on 31/8/14 at 04:14 PM Reply With Quote
V55/4 and V55/5 are three layer duplicate forms so not possible to print from computer.





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stevebubs

posted on 31/8/14 at 05:39 PM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by adithorp
V55/4 and V55/5 are three layer duplicate forms so not possible to print from computer.


Hmm....but perfectly feasible to be made available and submittable online... I would assume...?

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b3ngy

posted on 31/8/14 at 08:21 PM Reply With Quote
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V55/4 and V55/5 are three layer duplicate forms so not possible to print from computer.



Fair enough, didn't know they were duplicate forms.



But as mentioned above.....

quote:

but perfectly feasible to be made available and submittable online...




Anyway that's the system in place so just have to get on with it. Just feel the dvla don't make things easy.

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The Black Flash

posted on 31/8/14 at 09:07 PM Reply With Quote
Hilarious isn't it, carbon paper in the 21st century.
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cosmick

posted on 5/9/14 at 06:31 PM Reply With Quote
Fantastic news. Congratulations on passing the IVA. Well done.





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