If you have misplaced any of the documents listed below, Form RF134 (available at www.motortax.ie) must be completed and submitted to your local motor tax office. Please note Form RF134 must be stamped and witnessed at a Garda Station.
Applications for replacement documents can only be accepted from the registered owner of the vehicle at the time of application.
- Registration Book €12.00
- Vehicle Registration Certificate €12.00
- Tax Disc €6.00
- Trailer Book €6.00
Payment by cheque, postal order or bank draft should be made payable to Meath County Council or Meath Motor Tax.
You can forward your completed application to: Meath Motor Taxation, Meath County Council, Buvinda House, Dublin Road, Navan, Co. Meath, C15 Y291.
Please note that if you are applying for a replacement Vehicle Registration Certificate / Registration Book and if your address has changed from that recorded on the National Vehicle & Driver File (National Motor Tax system), in addition to completing Form RF134 you will also have to submit form RF111 - Change of Particulars (available at www.motortax.ie), completing Section 1 and signing the Declaration at Section 8. You will also need to submit documentary evidence in your name, supporting your new address, e.g. utility bill.
If you are applying for a replacement tax disc and if your address has changed from that recorded on the National Vehicle & Driver File (National Motor Tax system), prior to submitting your application for a replacement tax disc, you will firstly need to record your new address by ticking and completing the relevant section (Change of Address) on the reverse side of your Vehicle Registration Certificate (VRC) and return it to the Department of Transport with the correct details.
The Department of Transport will change your details and post a new VRC to you. Upon receipt of your new VRC you can then submit your application for a replacement tax disc.
You can also change address online but only as part of an online motor tax transaction. You cannot change your address by email or over the phone.
Department of Transport Contact Details:
Driver and Vehicle Computer Services Division
Department of Transport
Phone: 0818 411 412 or 353 61 365005 (outside Ireland)