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Replacing Lost or Damaged
If you have lost or damaged your MOT certificate, you can obtain a duplicate from any MOT Testing Station.
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Replacing Lost or Damaged MOT Certificates
When SORN has been declared for a vehicle the registered keeper must ensure that it will not be used or kept on a public road until a new licence has been taken out. The declaration will be valid for 12 months unless the vehicle is re-licensed, sold, permanently exported or scrapped. Remember you should not declare SORN if the vehicle has been sold, permanently exported or scrapped. When you have completed the declaration, a SORN confirmation letter will be sent to the registered keeper’s address currently held by DVLA and should arrive in the post within 4 weeks.