- Can I be the registered keeper of a car but not the main driver?
- Can I trade my car in without a log book?
- Is the registered keeper the owner?
- Can the policyholder and main driver be different?
- How do I change registered keeper?
- Does main driver have to be policyholder?
- Can I be second driver on my own car?
- Who is the registered keeper?
- How can I put my car in someone else’s name?
- Can car registration and insurance be in different names?
- Can I insure my daughters car in my name?
- Can I change the registered keeper online?
Can I be the registered keeper of a car but not the main driver?
The car’s registered keeper isn’t always the owner.
It’s whoever is named on the DVLA registration certificate.
So you may be the registered keeper of your company car, for example.
If you’re not the car’s main driver or registered keeper, you’ll need to make sure you’re definitely covered to drive it..
Can I trade my car in without a log book?
It’s actually entirely possible (and 100% legal) to sell a car and transfer ownership without a V5C document. Most people do not realise that the vehicle logbook is a record of the registered keeper, not proof of ownership.
Is the registered keeper the owner?
The registered keeper can be different to the owner That’s the person who bought it, or was given it. But the owner might not be the registered keeper. The registered keeper is the person who looks after the car. … Even though the company technically owns the car, you’re the person who does all the driving.
Can the policyholder and main driver be different?
Generally, insurance policies are set up with the policyholder also being the main driver of the car. It’s worth noting that it’s illegal for anyone other than the main driver to be placed as the policy holder, this is ‘fronting’.
How do I change registered keeper?
To change the registered keeper, the new keeper – the person buying the car – must complete section six of the certificate: this is known as a V5 transfer. Both the registered keeper and the new keeper must sign the certificate before sending it to the DVLA.
Does main driver have to be policyholder?
The main driver (or vehicle policyholder) is the person who drives the vehicle most often and earns no claims discount. They do not need to be the principle policyholder but they must live at the same address as them.
Can I be second driver on my own car?
Yes, if as an additional driver you have your own policy, then you should tell your insurer that you are covered to drive another vehicle as an additional driver.
Who is the registered keeper?
The registered keeper is the person responsible for the vehicle, its maintenance, roadworthiness and the recipient of communications from the DVLA and emergency services such as the Police. A registered keeper should be the person who will be using the vehicle, in this case, the lessee.
How can I put my car in someone else’s name?
The procedures for transferring ownership are similar to buying or selling a car: the donor must include the odometer disclosure on the title, both parties must sign and date the title, and the recipient must go to the DMV and apply for a a new title in his/her name and pay the transfer fee. Making Name Corrections.
Can car registration and insurance be in different names?
Can I have a registration in my name with the automobile liability insurance coverage in the name of another person. No. The automobile liability insurance coverage must be in the name of the registrant and must remain in the name of the registrant.
Can I insure my daughters car in my name?
Yes, but you will have to tell the insurer you are not the owner or registered keeper when you apply. Some insurers will only offer you cover as the main driver if you are also the registered keeper of the car. However many will insure you, so shop around and check the policy documents before you apply.
Can I change the registered keeper online?
You can now apply to transfer the ownership of a vehicle online, which makes the whole process faster and easier. … To transfer ownership online you’ll need to complete a form on the DVLA website. To do this you need the details of the new owner, you’ll need the 11-digit reference number from the car’s V5C.