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Please just a little help on filling the form for a Crit air certification.

1. Vihicule identifation numer. Is this my Vin number?


2. Vehicular category commercial description? (We 3.8 ton)


3. Indication of environmental category?


4. CO2. (In g/km) ?


Colyboy
 
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I doubt you will have a CO2 figure.

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You only need to supply the VIN number in your list (item 1). They will extract the info they need from the V5 you submit.
 

Pete5996

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This help page on the site shows what you enter in which field - if there's nothing in the field on the V5 then leave it blank:
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Putting a copy of my V5 on is my problem, i have not got a clue how to do it. BUSBY,

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If you have a printer/scanner, just scan the V5 and create a pdf file. Alternatively, take a photograph of the V5 and then reduce the file size to below 400kb.
 
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Please just a little help on filling the form for a Crit air certification.

1. Vihicule identifation numer. Is this my Vin number? YES


2. Vehicular category commercial description? (We 3.8 ton) Leave Blank you're NOT commercial


3. Indication of environmental category? Can't remember this one ANYONE HELP


4. CO2. (In g/km) ? It's on your V5 if not leave blank


Colyboy
 

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QUOTE="Pete5996, post: 3125594, member: 45188"]If you have a printer/scanner, just scan the V5 and create a pdf file. Alternatively, take a photograph of the V5 and then reduce the file size to below 400kb.[/QUOTE]


That means absolutely nothing to me, and I run my own business, glad the ex missus does my paperwork.

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Pete5996

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To be fair, you weren't asking, were you? I can only hope busby knows what I mean.

I share your pain - I probably couldn't run a business!:xgrin:
 
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If you have a printer/scanner, just scan the V5 and create a pdf file. Alternatively, take a photograph of the V5 and then reduce the file size to below 400kb.
You are talking to a Dinosaur i am afraid,,can take photos but whats a file? BUSBY:unsure::unsure:
 

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Blimey, I thought as much, this could be hard work....xroll:

The photo you take is a file. Typically with a phone camera it will be several Mbs in size. Using the photo viewing software (hopefully on your phone or you can download an app to do it), you need to reduce the size of the file to below 400Kb

Do you have any grandchildren nearby?:xgrin:

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