The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) has launched its new Register a Vehicle (RaV) service for manufacturers and retailers.
The service has passed its public beta assessment and is now available on GOV.UK, replacing the old Automated First Registration and Licensing (AFRL) service.
In a blogpost, DVLA says it has already more than 150 motor manufacturers and 5,000 retailers to RaV and has registered just over 1.3 million new vehicles.
It says that compared with the old system it is quicker to use and has so far received positive feedback.
It is now looking to add extra functionality and meet the service standard for live services on GOV.UK.
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