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as above,car insurance finishes at end of month, and don't have the finances, I think it would only be for about a month, maybe less. it still has lots of MOT.

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Very easy to do it online. Only takes 5 minutes 

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Agree with Rudds1, very easily done online, however 1 warning:

 

After doing the SORN, your car/ vehicle needs to be off any Roads, not PARKED on a Public Road, else they will pursue you for the Car Tax, as if you're using it.

 

So ideally Must be Parked on Private Land or on A Private Driveway.

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ah, i think thats going to be a problem, I don't have a driveway or access to private land

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How big a car?

 

Dimensions?

 

PM Me...

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Size

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8 minutes ago, gamezone07 said:

ah, i think thats going to be a problem, I don't have a driveway or access to private land

If it’s parked on a public road it still needs to be taxed.

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Ah, just tax or insurance as well?

its a peugeot 307.

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17 minutes ago, gamezone07 said:

Ah, just tax or insurance as well?

its a peugeot 307.

You must have insurance as well now if it's even parked on a public road.  It's called.  Continuous insurance.  Failure is a fine 

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why dont you rent a garage until you can sort it all out,that way you will be legal

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22 minutes ago, bassett one said:

why dont you rent a garage until you can sort it all out,that way you will be legal

Or a car cover!

 

DVLA officials no longer walk the streets looking at people’s tax discs anymore. They drive around in ANPR-equipped vehicles and only stop when the system is triggered for ‘no tax’.

 

What it doesn’t protect you from though is your neighbours bubbling you up to the authorities, which I’ve heard accounts for 30% of ‘no tax’ enforcement.

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Parking on a grass verge won't cut it either, as a neighbour found out last year.

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58 minutes ago, tinfoilhat said:

Parking on a grass verge won't cut it either, as a neighbour found out last year.

Still classed as on public highway 

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