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Police Pound Recovery London
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- A range of information and help to recover your Police Impounded vehicle seized under Section S1165A Road Traffic Act 1988 (RTA).
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- It’s a criminal offence to drive a vehicle on a public road without valid motor insurance or a valid driving licence.
Normally the owner or registered keeper of the impounded vehicle is required to attend the pound in person to reclaim their vehicle, in accordance with Regulation 5 of The Road Traffic Act 1988 (Retention and Disposal of Seized Motors Vehicle) Regulations 2005.
- In custody.
- Out of the country ( a copy of flight tickets )
- In hospital.
- Unable to travel to the pound due to age, sickness, injury, immobility or disability.
- Unable to attend the pound due to other exceptional or compassionate circumstances, which will be considered on their merit.
- Some documentary evidence that the registered keeper cannot attend in person for a valid reason, as listed above. The pound staff must be satisfied that the registered keeper or owner is not trying to avoid attending in person due to a driving disqualification or because they are of interest to the police.
- A signed letter of authority from the registered keeper of the owner permitting the third party to reclaim the vehicle on their behalf.
- Proof of identity and signature from the registered keeper or owner.
- Valid proof of ownership, a valid certificate of motor insurance and a valid driving licence for the policyholder and the third party.
- The motor insurance policy must be valid for the third party to reclaim an impounded vehicle on behalf of the registered keeper or owner. Confirmation from the insurer may be required.
- National identification cards issued by EU member states.
- UK photo card driving licence.
- Freedom Pass
- A recognisable and verifiable Government Agency identification card.
- Student cards
- Identity cards issued by an employer
- Cash and carry cards
- Club membership cards
- Bank statements.
- Utility bills.
- Council tax bills.
- The doctor or State Registered Nurse
- A full member of the Health Professions Council
- Police Officer (Or similar crown servant)
- Member of Parliament, MLA or an elected local councillor
- Recognisable bill of sale or receipt from a verifiable source, but please note that the vehicle may not be released if there is no verifiable link to the last registered keeper.
- Correctly completed, unaltered and current V5C/2 (New Keeper Supplement
- Photographic I.D.* and at least two documents showing proof of address that match the address shown on the V5C/2
- A valid driving licence for this vehicle. Photocopies are not accepted. (A vehicle driven by a provisional licence holder must display L-plates. The supervisor must be over the age of 21 and must have held a valid driving licence for at least three years.)
- A learner reclaiming a motorcycle also must produce a valid CBT certificate. A non-EU licence holder must also produce a passport or other evidence of immigration status and length of residence in the UK.
A valid certificate of insurance