Application form to make a Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN) (V890).

Other DVLA contact numbers

DVLA General Enquiries: 0844 241 5511
DVLA Vehicle Registration / Tax Enquiries: 0844 241 0128
Driving Licence Enquiries: 0844 241 0133
DVLA Change of Address Request: 0844 241 0138


Updated: Update due to centralisation of Northern Ireland vehicle services

Use the V890 application form if you want to make a Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN).

You can do this if you don’t use or keep your vehicle on a public road (for example, if you permanently keep it in a garage, on a drive or on private land). This will mean that you don’t have to buy a tax disc.

You can also make a SORN online, if you are the vehicle’s registered keeper.


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