License plates and the Coop ... And of course at the other postal agencies. No bad word about the supermarket staff who have been assigned the RDW services. But it continues to help.
The number plate blues
This morning it took three people to…. To qualify a license plate as 'not to be copied'. The problem apparently was that the engine in question was suspended. During an earlier visit it was reported that the engine had to be 'debarked' first. Then 24 hours had to be waited until the debarking had fallen. Then the engine could be written over. In this case the whole story was complete with the lottery report code and all. But the 'barking' apparently threw a spanner in the works.
Because a new four-digit code was added to the suspension. And I don't know if it was the computer or the store staff, but luckily one of the ladies was so smart to stop it before a last possible incorrect code entry would destroy more than I would like.
The advice is therefore to make a telephone call to the RDW before traveling to the postal agency. With the relevant documentation at hand.
The helpdesk there knows advice, rules and direction and provides solutions>
With the info from the RDW, the store staff is then coached to a happy ending.
After that, another day or five can pass, but in the end everything will be fine. It took a few hours, but still ...
Some points for attention
* When transferring 'new style' make sure that the report code is correct and complete
* If there are multiple promotions and multiple codes in the paper shop, the last (date!) Code counts
* Old license plates without reporting code 'do' it often when '00' is entered as reporting code, we have heard
* Write / save codes. The ink from the print disappears automatically. And an invisible code is extra safe, but you can't do much with it yourself.
* A suspended license plate CAN be written about.
So the RDW