V5 Vehicle Registration Document (V5C)
This document contains the name and address of the registered keeper and vehicle details (commonly called the Log Book). From 1 July 2005 all existing old-style V5 Registration Documents will no longer be valid. You may well have been issued with a new V5C registration certificate already. The new certificate can be recognised by its prominent blue front page showing the words "Registration Certificate".
Keepers are asked to ensure that their personal details are correct and that the easily identifiable characteristics such as Make, Model, Colour, VIN/Chassis and Engine numbers on their new registration certificate are correct. If there are any inaccuracies on the registration certificate, the V5C must be returned to the DVLA for amendment.
V750 Certificate Of Entitlement
The V750 refers to a mark previously un-issued document issued by DVLA Swansea confirming a purchaser’s entitlement to the registration mark specified on the certificate. The certificate is valid for a period of 12 months and must be assigned to a vehicle prior to the expiry date as shown on the V750.
V778 Retention Certificate
The V778 refers to a mark previously issued by DVLA Swansea confirming a grantee's entitlement to the registration mark specified on the certificate. The certificate is valid for a period of 12 months and must be assigned to a vehicle prior to the expiry date as shown on the V778. There may also be a name in the nominee section.