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    I have just had a complete re-spray to my MH. As you can see from my Avatar it is white, now it is dark navy blue and Grey. Question is, Do I have to inform DVLA of the change and also will I have to send in my Log book for adjustments and how much will that cost ?? Two Photos attached 1)Before and 2) after
    Any advice will be appreciated. Thanks.
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    I'm sure you will have to tell DVLA but not sure of the cost involved, but the van looks great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by David & Ann View Post
    I have just had a complete re-spray to my MH. As you can see from my Avatar it is white, now it is dark navy blue and Grey. Question is, Do I have to inform DVLA of the change and also will I have to send in my Log book for adjustments and how much will that cost ?? Two Photos attached 1)Before and 2) after
    Any advice will be appreciated. Thanks.
    Yes as well as your insurance company.

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    Just found this

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    you must inform dvla of any change to a vehicle . just look at your log book ,section 7 in blue it has a colour change section number 29 you fill that in give the date the change happened and send the log book to dvla ,they issue you with a new log book or v5c .its free of charge as is any address change,i think you only pay a fee if you apply for a new log book 25 quid i think ,for reasons like loss of log book or buying a vehicle without a log book . then ring your insurance company and let them know but i doubt they will be too interested . by the way excuse my opinion yes the van looks good in its new coat ,but i preferred its orig colours ,it stood out from the other boring white boxes out there .ive been thinking of changing the colour of my wobble box from basic block white to something less common .
    in the process of hunting for another tin shed on wheels

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    You only need to tell them the cab colour, blue.
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    It looks great but should have colour coded your front bumper.

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    A great transformation , but as others have already said yes you need to inform the dvla about colour change

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    Thanks Guys for all your advice. Much appreciated.

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