Year of manufacture letter
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic Honda (UK) is taking sensible precautions to protect both our staff and our customers. As a result, Honda (UK) staff is following government advice by working from home and will not be able to access ingoing or outgoing post. We are attempting to respond via email or telephone where we have contact details but if we do not, we will need to wait until we return to standard office operations. If you are waiting for a postal response, please contact us via telephone or email to chase and we will make arrangements with you.
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We are unable to confirm when your Year of Manufacture will be posted, but we are working very hard to keep our usual services and procedures in place to minimise disruption for our customers.
We appreciate this is an unusual situation and we hope you can understand our reasoning for the measures that have been put in place.
Thank you for contacting Honda (UK).
What's a Year of Manufacture letter?
A Year of Manufacture letter is useful if you are trying to get an age-related registration from the DVLA. This is most likely because the Motorcycle is an off-road vehicle and/or is too old for a Certificate of Conformity.
We can issue a Year of Manufacture letter for your motorcycle if records for the vehicle are be found. On some occasions, we may not be able to provide a Year of Manufacture. We are more than happy to check for you and can advise the outcome once the request has been processed.
How to get one
Please write to us at the address below or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Remember to include the full Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) of your motorcycle and your full postal address. We will need this to issue the letter.
The charge for this service is £25+VAT (£30) payable by cheque or bank transfer, however we will only ask for payment if we are successful in retrieving the information for your Motorcycle.
Honda (UK) Customer Operations
Due to COVID-19 we are unable to confirm when your Year of Manufacture will be posted, but we are working very hard to keep our usual services and procedures in place to minimise disruption for our customers.