The day your child becomes a fully legalized adult will be one that you would be dreading during the weeks leading up to it. A big part of the reason why that is the case has to do with the fact that you might end up suffering from empty nest syndrome once you child moves out, but there is not all that much that you can do to block the rushing river of time so you should therefore avoid such counterproductive thought processes and instead give your kid all that they would need to enter adult life with confidence and ease at any given point in time.
One thing that your child is most definitely going to require is a car, and suffice it to say that you need to get them DVLA number plates UK as well in some way, shape or form. The first step to doing so would obviously be to make your way to the nearest DVLA office where you can request an application form. Let them know that the number plate is for a new car, and try to make it so that it gets registered under your child’s name so that they can feel a proper sense of ownership over it as they are driving around.
After filling out the form, make sure that you double check it so you can be absolutely certain that no mistakes have been made. The DVLA is quite notorious for making it excessively difficult to make changes after they have already stored the data that they got from you, so if you want to avoid this stressful scenario double checking is very important for you.