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Old 19-09-14, 03:42 PM   #1
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Default new car tax rules 1/10/14

I would love to hear peoples thoughts about new car tax rules 1/10/14

no tax disc required
you sell your car and any full months of tax are automatically refunded (you loose any part months)
you buy a car and you will have to tax it weather this is new used from a private sale or a trader you will have to tax it, traders can not tax them any more
when someone sells a car dvla get paid twice for one months tax as they only refund whole months and charge full months from 1st of the month
people could be sold a car with tax not knowing it will not have tax as the disc will still be in the window but not valid
the only way to check if a car is not taxed will be online or ring dvla
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Yep imagine the amount of calls the police are going to get for cars with no tax discs from all the busybodies and curtain twitchers.

Its yet another ill though out plan by the out of touch government
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there is also the confusion about the showing of a tax disc ,, It appears you have to remove them from the car before a certain date Any one got an old guinness bottle label (anyone remember that ) ?
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Old 19-09-14, 08:22 PM   #4
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Annoys me is when it comes to selling a car. Car will end up being taxed twice. Going to end up bringing them a lot more cash.

Other thing is the whole direct debit. Going to make easier for folk to get away with not paying tax. Lot of stress to come i think.
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So is it best to sell a car on the last day of the month, and buy a car on the 1st day of the month..??

There must be a way for Jo Public to be able to spot if the vehicle is taxed, maybe the DVLA could introduce some sort of disc - maybe display it somewhere in the windscreen..??
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So is it best to sell a car on the last day of the month, and buy a car on the 1st day of the month..??

There must be a way for Jo Public to be able to spot if the vehicle is taxed, maybe the DVLA could introduce some sort of disc - maybe display it somewhere in the windscreen..??
Funny I nearly PMSL

I will certainly make sure I only purchase a car now on or about the first of the Month I do not like giving money away

I usually tax for the year anyway so thats no biggie
I think they should bring in a mobile App or text service same as carcheck or similar If you were to buy a car on the 15th of the month and the tax was out the month previous how the Hell do you get it home ?
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Funny I nearly PMSL

I will certainly make sure I only purchase a car now on or about the first of the Month I do not like giving money away

I usually tax for the year anyway so thats no biggie
I think they should bring in a mobile App or text service same as carcheck or similar If you were to buy a car on the 15th of the month and the tax was out the month previous how the Hell do you get it home ?
when you buy it the tax will have expired anyway as the tax is none transferable
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Trustme is correct tax is non transferable so you CANNOT buy a car with tax
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Funny I nearly PMSL

I will certainly make sure I only purchase a car now on or about the first of the Month I do not like giving money away

I usually tax for the year anyway so thats no biggie
I think they should bring in a mobile App or text service same as carcheck or similar If you were to buy a car on the 15th of the month and the tax was out the month previous how the Hell do you get it home ?
check out this link
https://www.vehicleenquiry.service.gov.uk/ this is what I use to check if a vehicle is taxed or not.
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Old 20-09-14, 10:36 AM   #10
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So if owner has sold part way through a month he'll not get any back and new owner will have to tax if anyhow. So essentially cars been taxed twice.
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