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Vehicles travelling in mainland Europe must carry their registration document. An exception is made for vehicles on hire, where for obvious reasons rental companies will not want the registration document to be carried in the car.
In this circumstance a Vehicle on Hire certificate (VE103) must be carried. It contains details of the vehicle taken from the V5, along with the name and address of the hirer and enables the authorities to verify that the person driving the vehicle has permission to do so. The VE103 is the only legal substitute for the registration document (V5). Photocopies of the V5 or letters of authority are not accepted.
Members can order VE103B certificates through the BVRLA. They can be supplied in pads of 50, where you can choose to have your registered keeper address printed onto the forms at no extra cost for quick completion. We can also provide single forms for in-house completion through your rental application system. An emergency next-day delivery service for single VE103Bs is available Monday-Friday (excluding bank holidays), provided the order is received before 3.45pm.
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For more information on travelling abroad and VE103 certificates, call us on 01494 545704 or email email@example.com.
By telephone: 01494 434747
By facsimile: 01494 434499
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
By post: River Lodge
Badminton Court, Amersham
Bucks HP7 0DD