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Vehicle Propulsion is a [[dimension]] containing information on the way in which the vehicle is powered. This includes, for example, petrol, diesel and biofuels. This information is derived from the vehicle's registration mark (VRM) that has been cross-checked by the [[Department for Transport]] against the DVLA database.
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Vehicle Propulsion is a [[dimension]] containing information on the way in which the vehicle is powered. This includes, for example, petrol, diesel and biofuels.  
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This information has been specially provided to MAST by the [[Department for Transport]] who derived this information from the vehicles registration marks (VRM) by cross-checking the DVLA database.
MAST does not have access to VRMs.
MAST does not have access to VRMs.

Revision as of 12:10, 6 September 2011

Vehicle Propulsion is a dimension containing information on the way in which the vehicle is powered. This includes, for example, petrol, diesel and biofuels.

This information has been specially provided to MAST by the Department for Transport who derived this information from the vehicles registration marks (VRM) by cross-checking the DVLA database.

MAST does not have access to VRMs.

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