We’ve done it! View Vehicle Record gets its ‘Live’ badge - meeting the Government Digital Service (GDS) Live standard.
Companies on DVLA’s fleet scheme use the View Vehicle Record (VVR) enquiry service to check vehicle details for vehicles in their fleet. Using a secure and innovative log in process users can see:
- vehicle data currently only available on the V5C registration certificate
- when their vehicles need to be taxed
- when their vehicles need to be MOT’d
You can also use our other online services to provide an integrated account facility for Fleet organisations.
Since September, 61% of companies on DVLA’s fleet scheme have registered to use the service giving companies with the right access the ability to view over 2 million vehicle records. It will also allow them to opt into DVLA’s scheme to suppress the V5C Registration Certificate.
Service Designer Natalie S Morgan has now left the team to work on another project; this is what she had to say about her experience:
I’m thrilled that this project has moved into ‘live’ – it’s a great achievement for the team and a better experience for customers. Over the last year, I’ve enjoyed meeting customers from the fleet industry and finding out what they’re needs and views were on how the service should look. Using this information, we’ve developed a VVR service customers asked for. It will now move into continuous improvement, so please continue to give us your feedback. The feedback will be used to make ongoing changes. As I move onto pastures new I leave the service in the capable hands of my colleague Emma Steele.
You'll hear more from Emma shortly, with progress on VVR and continuous improvement.
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Comment by Jill Bettell posted on
Hi how can we register to use the service ?
Comment by Linda G Davies posted on
Before registering for VVR you have to belong to the DVLA Fleet Scheme. To find out more on how to join and whether you meet the criteria check this blog