I bought a baotian scooter (model BT50QT-11, MkII) from a dealer on ebay, but it didn't come with the certificate of conformity which was meant to be under the bike's seat, as stated by the manufacturer. Can I get one from somewhere? Should be possible to download the form from a site or something, I hope?
It doesn't work like that. A certificate of conformity is like an MOT certificate.
Post by thegatekeeper on Sept 25, 2006 12:45:33 GMT
I have an Rhon LH50QT-9. I have been to the DVLA to register it. This morning they phoned me and told me that they need to check the chassis number is correct and that I must take the scooter over next monday for them to check. Has anyone else had this problem?
argue with them dude, theres some jobsworths in these places that wanna look big i had a really big row with them at mine, and they sorted it on the spot, ask for the manager and explain the impracticallities of taking it over etc
Why dont you say to the dipstick when he asks you to take it to them, O.K. give me a tax disk so I can drive it legally and I will bring it to you. That might shut the over zealous dipstick start thinking.
anything the mind can concieve and believe it can achieve
Post by thegatekeeper on Sept 27, 2006 15:55:45 GMT
Tried that. They still won't budge on the issue. Worst of all, the bloke who phoned 1st told me that it was ok to ride it to the office without tax or plate, as the appointment letter would be cover. (he even told me the best way to get there avoiding the motorway!!!). I thought this was stranger so I rang Wales to check, and they told me that was incorrect, and I would have to transport it. I asked to speak to the Portsmouth branch who told me that it was ok, and was told that as it was a complaint that I could only complain via DVLA Wales and only my letter!!!!!- Me not happy bunny!!!!!