Feb 5, 2018 15:05:16 GMT @quatermass said:I'm not sure what the answer to that is. I do know the display form only allows one car per form though.
I would guess it might be best to register just one car for now, and then if it's necessary to switch to another car closer to the date I'm sure it will be possible to declare the switch.
I registered with three
Make - Vauxhall / Mercedes / BMW
Model - Lotus Carlton / R170 SLK230 / E38 740i
Registration Reg 1 / Reg 2 / Reg 3
However I clearly stated on the application that I would only be bringing one - just not sure which one
I've also made HoTWire aware of another slight issue which he may need to resolve (or not) - hopefully it will all be fine
Feb 5, 2018 15:05:16 GMT @quatermass said:I think doing it the other way... ie declaring both cars now at the same time, could be misleading for the peeps organising this thing who will assume we need a bigger plot than we actually do. I'm guessing they're going to have an organisational nightmare on their hands and wont have the ability to figure out details about each individual display vehicle registered... they'll just be processing what they have received.
So registering just one and then changing the details seems like a safer bet to me personally.
Whatever works for you
I work on the "Dartford Tunnel" / "QE Crossing" principle - all my cars are registered for the toll that way whatever I take it doesn't matter........
I know I'm taking one damn car just don't know which one - I'm also guessing that there may be some signage required (HoTWire we might need to think about that - usual reason) in which case that rules of the SLK as the boot won't be big enough.