hi i just sold my bike. buyer said don't have license with him and will text me his license number when he's home. he paid for the bike in cash, filled in the Notice of disposal paper for me except for his license number and DOB. take the bike home then tell me i don't need the license number to dispose the bike from my name. is this true? and why did he do this. what should i do? i checked RTA website it seemed if we hand in the disposal paper in person, the license number is not manditory, but i don't know if the name and address he wrote the disposal paper is correct as he didn't show me any ID. ======================= Before you complete the Notice of Disposal form either by mail or in person at a Roads and Maritime Services registry, you will need the following mandatory information: Your name/organisation Signature (if the vehicle is registered in joint names, both signatures must be provided) Registration plate number Date of disposal You should also provide the following additional information, particularly the name and address of the new operator so that new infringements can be forwarded to them: Details of the vehicle you have disposed of Year built Make/model Engine number VIN/Chassis number NOTE: You can find this information on the Certificate of Registration or on the vehicle. Your details Address Licence/customer number Reason for the disposal New operator details Name/organisation Address Date of birth Selling price or market price (whichever is higher) Licence/customer number. Note: New operators may obtain a customer number for themselves by producing their Proof of Identity at a registry.