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    Posted: 18 Nov 2018 at 17:53
Hello
I've foolishly/mistakenly bought a red Breva 1100 reg CX06CTK, with no keys.
I am desperately seeking any previous owner who may still have a key or the key code...
HELP!!!!!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Brian UK Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 Nov 2018 at 20:52
Look out for a SH dash with keys or the code.

Have you tried the default of 00000?

Only other option is to find some place which will decode your dash and supply new keys for it. Carmo in Holland will do this.
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Hi Brian - yes, tried the default 00000 and every other obvious one I could think of.  Not really relishing having to pay £300 for a key decode though, so I thought I'd ask.  Got several old keys from bikes I've sold in the past - lost at the time of sale but subsequently turned up - assume I am not alone!
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Although a long shot, finding the original supplying dealer may help(logo on number plate) to see if they have any records still existing. I also think that DVLA have the facility to find previous owners under certain circumstances but it involves writing to them etc.
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The immediately previous owner ("keeper") is normally on the V5. Start there?

You used to be able to get a full list of previous owners from DVLA but that was stopped some time ago on the grounds of data protection. Probably fair enough as I wouldn't want people contacting me about bikes I'd had 20 years ago......
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Not any more!
That was my plan, but now section 2 of the V5 is no longer "Previous Keeper", it has become "Data Protection" and, needless to say, no longer gives any clue to the previous keeper's identity.
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That must have been very recent as my ES2's V5, issued less than a year ago, has the previous keeper's name.
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GDPR,  which introduced personal data control on a heavier scale than previously came into force earlier this year.
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