On February 17, I wrote about how absurdly difficult it has been made for disabled people to register their Class 3 powerchairs and scooters with the DVLA.
Making the registration form V55/4 available as a download would fix part of the problem; forcing manufacturers/importers to supply the essential form V267 (Declaration of Vehicle Newness), with every Class 3 machine would fix the rest. Perhaps Continue reading
With a great deal of bloody difficulty, that’s how!
What follows is pretty much what I’ve said to the DVLA this afternoon. Do I expect to make a difference? Yeah, right…
As regular readers will know, I’ve just bought a Class 3 mobility scooter. If you, too, have bought a Class 3 mobility scooter or powerchair, you are, as I am, legally obliged to register it with the DVLA (see here). To do this, you need Continue reading