SORNed Vehicle On The DVLA Website
If the vehicle has been SORNed (Statutory Off Road Notification) then you'll see something like this:
How A Scrapped Vehicle Will Appear On The DVLA Website
If a vehicle has in all likelihood been scrapped at some point then it may look like this:
You can see here that the vehicle was last taxed in 1980/1981 and that the DVLA hold no MOT records for it.
Unless it is MOT exempt, as vehicles manufactured pre-1960 and this will change to vehicles over 40 years old in May 2018.
If your car is listed on the DVLA website at least as untaxed then it means they hold some information about it. See the later section regarding contacting the DVLA about getting hold of information.
- Track Your Vehicle Down
- The British Newspaper Archive
- The British Newspaper Archive - Continued
- Is Your Car Still Insured?
- The DVLA Websites: Look Up Your Car
- Your DVLA Car Records
- SORNed Or Scrapped Car?
- Commercial Vehicle Reports
- What The Car Data Looks Like
- How Many Left
- Use RegArchive And VRegs In Depth To Trace Cars
- Contacting The DVLA For Car Information