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Clive India21/09/2019 09:52:48
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Posted by FMES on 21/09/2019 09:22:54:

First of all I feel I must apologise for trying to be helpful and creating a post that was not only mis read, (Mainly by my initial omission), and giving the barrack room lawyers a field day.I was clearer in my second post that I was referring to the VIEW OF THE DVLA, I have never mentioned anything else about ownership.Didn't stop all those people trying to find fault though did it?To answer Neils last post on the subject - and I asked local plod about this- if you are stopped by the police you will normally be asked 'Is this your vehicle' NOT are you the owner, a small difference admittedly but they will already have done / be doing an ANPR to check for the Registered keeper, and they are looking for that data to match up with proof of identity being required. Regards

Well said FMES.

However, I think you would do better to ask someone who knows, rather than asking on a model engineering blog where, although some contributors are knowledgeable in model engineering and associated matters, the knowledge on other matters is, let's be generous, variable.

Mike Poole21/09/2019 10:41:55
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It’s unlikely the vehicle the police are using is owned by them or that they are the registered keeper. I rented a car from the company I worked for and was never the registered keeper or the owner. Perhaps they should ask what they want to know which is do you have the owners permission to use this vehicle.


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