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F959D: 2005 Patchell 3SH

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Available Information

  1. This report was created on 11/07/2018
  2. This trailer has not been reported stolen and is not wanted by the police
  3. This trailer was not imported damaged
  4. This trailer is subject to road user charges (RUC)
  5. The license (rego) expires in 11 months (21/06/2019)
  6. Certificate of fitness expires in 3 months (20/10/2018)
  7. This trailer has no known security interests (money owed)
  8. This trailer has no known fire or water damage upon import
  9. This trailer has had 1 New Zealand owner
  10. Current registered owner: Philip Wareing Limited

Trailer Details

  • Make: PATCHELL
  • Model: 3SH
  • Year: 2005
  • Main colour: Black
  • Secondary colour: Yellow
  • Vehicle type: Trailer/Caravan
  • Body style: Other Commercial Trailer
  • Chassis: 050501
  • VIN: 7A8KJ000205050501
  • License plate: F959D
  • Plate type: Standard
  • Assembly: NZ Assembled/Built
  • Country of origin: New Zealand
  • Gross vehicle mass: 25,000kg
  • No of axles: 3
  • First Registration: NZ

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Security Interests

This trailer has no known security interests

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F959D

Plates history

Plate Date
F959D 2005, Jun 22

License (Rego) Vehicle Licensing Vehicle licensing is the regular process through which you pay a fee to use your vehicle on public roads. The fee helps to pay for roading projects and road safety programmes. Licensing is not the same as registration – which is where you’re issued with your number plates.

You have to licence your vehicle regularly – at least annually – and you must display a current licence label on your windscreen.
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  • Expires: 21/06/2019
  • Last issued: 14/05/2018
  • Type: Licence
  • Continuous license: Yes

Certificate of Fitness Getting a certificate of fitness A certificate of fitness (CoF) is a regular check to ensure that your vehicle meets required safety standards. Legally you must have your vehicle inspected for a CoF every six months. Vehicles requiring this certification are:
• heavy vehicles
• all passenger service vehicles
• rental vehicles
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  • COF expires: 20/10/2018
  • Last inspection: 22/03/2018 (Passed)

Registration Vehicle Registration Registration is generally a one-off process that officially recognises you as the person legally responsible for your vehicle. It’s not the same as vehicle licensing – which is where you pay a fee for using public roads.

When a vehicle is registered the NZTA add its details to the Motor Vehicle Register and issue its registration plates.

If your vehicle is not correctly registered or is unregistered, you could receive a fine or infringement. Click here to read more

  • Status: Active
  • Usage: Transport Licensed Goods
  • First NZ registration: 22/06/2005
  • Last NZ registration: 22/06/2005

Road user charges About RUC Anyone using New Zealand’s roads contributes towards their upkeep. Most road users pay levies in the prices of their fuel. Others, such as drivers of light diesel vehicles and diesel-powered heavy vehicles like trucks, pay through road user charges (RUC). Click here to read more

  • Subject to RUC: Yes
  • RUC issued: 5/06/2018
  • RUC license type: Distance
  • RUC vehicle type: Unpowered vehicle: 3 axles, any configuration other than for type 33
  • RUC distance: 310,002 - 315,002