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View Vehicle Record (VVR) enquiry service for DVLA fleets moves into public beta

We are delighted to announce that the VVR service has now moved into public beta. This free, simple to use service, enables users registered on DVLA’s fleet scheme to access data on their vehicles 24/7.

This service has been developed following extensive customer insight, testing and engagement with our fleet customers and commercial stakeholders. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank all those companies who have been part of the development for their time, effort and feedback. This has been used to enhance the service further to reflect their requirements.

The VVR service is available on GOV.UK.

So what does this mean?

It means that companies registered on DVLA’s fleet scheme can access the service via a secure log in process. They can then view information on all vehicles in their fleet. The service provides users with information such as: when vehicles are due to be taxed, MOT’d and how many of each make and model vehicles they have in their fleet. This replicates information shown on the V5C registration document.

With access to VVR fleet operators can then consider if they want to take the opportunity to ‘opt in’ to the V5C on Demand service that also moves into public beta from today.

Not yet on DVLA’s Fleet Scheme

For information on how to join the fleet scheme please contact fleetshd@dvla.gsi.gov.uk. You must have 50 or more vehicles registered to one address to qualify. You will then be allocated a unique fleet code which forms part of your secure log in process for VVR.

Need more information

If you would like more information on the VVR service contact us at: VVRProject@dvla.gsi.gov.uk