CLC Number Plates.

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    S of the family AwleySean McGawley

    I have my reg No. from the CLC. I have the plates on the car. What should I keep in the car with me.

    I have the following:

    My Birth cert from CLC.

    My Lawful Notice.

    The certificate for the car saying it is registered to the CLC.

    The letter I have ( will be sending )sent to the DVLA ( I have not sent it yet, does anyone have a template or know what I should send to them) I was planning on telling them I have registered the car with the CLC and it is no longer registered with them BUT who so I address it to?

    A letter to The Transport Minister saying my car is now registered with the CLC.

    A letter of my intention which will state I am acting honorably and without ill will and that I take full responsibility should I crash into someone ( I have never crashed in my entire life)

    An invoice for £10,000.00 should they try and force me out of my car. I will get it signed before I get out otherwise I wont get out.

    A book to read because I know it will take a while.

    A camera to record, along with my dash cam.

    Anything else I should keep in it?

    What about insurance? Do I need it? An MOT? How do I get an MOT with a CLC plate? Although I am under the impression I don’t need either of these as my car is not used commercially.

    Has anyone else been using CLC plates and what is your experience?

    Thanks in advance.

    Darren McLuckie McLuckieDarren McLuckie

    Does anyone have anything to say/add or reply to this post?
    as I am most interested in this and would like some more information,
    thank you.

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