robfreeman wrote:Hi Buffy good stuff.Me and some colleagues are looking in to this very thing.Personally I would also add in the notice for the avoidance of doubt,and for the purposes of clarification,could DVLA clarify that if you being the keeper are not the owner,as their rules define,then they must state JUST WHO IS THE OWNER.IF IT IS THE DVLA,then surely ALL liability and fines,tax,test,parking tickets, etc lie with them.If your daughter owns it,then it is theft and should be treated as so.Cheers good luck
Thanks Rob. The Police were present when the vehicle was taken and I asked them if my daughter could report it as stolen and if it would be treated as a crime, they said yes (I have this on video). My daughter called the Police as soon as she got home from college. As soon as she said her name, the operator said 'oh, yes, that's a civil matter' and put the phone down on her.