What should I do if my car is being returned to the road?

If your car is being returned to the road, you should hand over your Vehicle Registration Certificate (called "Vehicle Licensing Certificate" if issued before May 2004) along with your car.

You’ll need to notify the Department of Transport that you’ve sold your car. The recycling centre will supply you with the appropriate form and help you to fill it in.

If your car was registered since 1st January 1993 you'll be given form RF105, which you should send to the Department of Transport in Shannon.

If your car was registered before 1993, you'll be given form RF200, which you should send to your local Motor Tax Office.

Download a list of Motor Tax Offices from the Government website 

What if I don’t have my Registration Certificate? 

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