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Old 21-01-14, 12:00 PM   #1
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Question Moving a SORN'd car? HELP!

Hi all.

First off, apologies if this is completely in the wrong section.

I had SORN'd my pug, it has no TAX but does have MOT. I need to move it from one location to another (as I'm able to carry out work on it at the location I need to move it to). I was just wondering what the laws were on this and how I was able to move it.

I heard using a rigid tow bar was the best option, but I'm not so sure.

Any information/suggestions would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
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Old 21-01-14, 12:02 PM   #2
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Number plates of and floor it
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Haha, that's my plan B.
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Old 21-01-14, 12:05 PM   #4
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How far are we talking?
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Told a while ago by an rac man that if no tax non of the wheels can touch the road. Aren't sure how true that is with regard to towing dollies.
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It's almost a 10 minute journey. Depending on traffic.
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Can it be done early morning or late at night?
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Early morning may be my best bet.
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Old 21-01-14, 12:56 PM   #9
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Nah, just drive normally in the middle of the day.
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Old 21-01-14, 01:43 PM   #10
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A rigid tow bar or a towing dolly with the rear registration plate of the towing car on the back of the towed car .
That way the sorned car becomes a trailer .



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