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You must have a valid certificate of insurance stating the vehicle registration number and specifying that the vehicle is covered for use as an SPSV.
The insurance must be in the name of the vehicle owner and the licence holder.
Your insurance cover will be confirmed on the day of inspection / assessment with reference to your insurance disc. If your vehicle is not suitably insured on the day of your inspection / assessment, the licence will not be issued.