Re: Yet another reason. - Re Nebulour Rules.
I did not refer to the DVLA, as having nebulous rules, mind you neither they nor the police always limit themselves to strict understanding of the rules and laws. Just look at cars that have been wrongly taken as stolen when they were the result of someone else's fraud, check it out.
However, when you mix in the insurance industry and HMRC you will begin to find out where the nebulous rules bit applies. 'An address without an income yet with expenses, lets go for them they might be on the black market, etc'. Yes the insurance industry needs to know where the car is parked, but the credit checking industry loves inconsistent data, as for the banks, just do not go there. They will not even follow the rules, and sometimes want to ignore the law and court orders, FACT. To protect the innocent, (though now dead) I could, but will not give details beyond saying that the bank in question is very well known, fortunately it caused me negligible difficulty.
All I am saying is make sure you have all your ducks in a line if you are going to go along with non regular situations.
Take it from me or learn it yourself there is nothing so stupid as a bureaucracy that goes on the rampage, - money laundering rules are a case in point. Fraudsters appear to have no trouble getting accounts, but Joe Public can have a very hard time.