Who fills in the RLV form?

In South Africa, the RLV (Application for Registration and Licensing of Motor Vehicle) form is typically filled in by the person who is applying for the registration and licensing of a motor vehicle. The RLV form is used to initiate the registration process for a vehicle and obtain the necessary license discs.

The responsibility for completing the RLV form rests with the vehicle owner or the person who is applying for the registration and licensing of the vehicle. This could be the buyer of a new or used vehicle, or it could be the owner who is transferring the vehicle to another individual or entity.

The person filling in the RLV form should provide accurate and complete information about the vehicle, including its make, model, year of manufacture, engine number, vehicle identification number (VIN), and other relevant details. They may also need to provide their personal information, such as their name, address, contact details, and identification documents.

It’s important to ensure that the RLV form is filled in accurately and legibly, as any errors or missing information may lead to delays in the registration and licensing process. The completed RLV form, along with any required supporting documents, should be submitted to the appropriate vehicle licensing office or authority for further processing and issuance of license discs.

It’s worth noting that the specific requirements and procedures for completing the RLV form may vary slightly depending on the province or region within South Africa. Therefore, it’s recommended to consult the official website of the South African Department of Transport or contact the relevant vehicle licensing authority for the most up-to-date information and instructions regarding the RLV form in your area.