Amendment: What does it mean?

A change to the terms and conditions of your original car insurance policy.

Amendment: The long answer

In the context of car-related terms, an amendment refers to a change or modification made to a vehicle's registration details.

In the UK, it is necessary to keep the information on your vehicle registration document (V5C) up to date.

Amendments can include updating the registered keeper's details, changing the vehicle's address, or correcting any errors on the document.

These changes are important to ensure that the DVLA (Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency) has accurate information about the vehicle and its owner.

It is crucial for UK drivers to promptly inform the DVLA about any amendments to avoid potential fines or legal complications.