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Taxing an MOT exempt car

Discussion in 'Technical Archive' started by KillaJoules, Jun 14, 2013.

By KillaJoules on Jun 14, 2013 at 1:44 PM
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    Hi Chaps,

    Just though those of you of a pre 1960 motoring disposition may be interested as you may not have come up for renewal yet.

    My Road Fund License renewal came through the post this month for my 1952 80".

    When I tried to tax it on-line the site informed me that I could not proceed as there was no valid MOT certificate in the system for the vehicle for the date of renewal.

    Quite correct, my current MOT is due to expire on the 19th June.

    However the date of 1st registration on my V5 is clearly 1st March 1952.

    When I mentioned this on the LRSOC forum 233ac pointed me to the "Declaration of exemption from MOT testing" form "V112" on the DFT website

    Downloadable forms

    Scroll down and download the V112, fill it out and present it in absentia of your MOT certificate.

    I just taxed my 80" for another year for the delightful sum of £0. In fact in total it cost me 50p to park in town.

    That said, I will still at some stage in the not too distant future present SFF at an MOT testing station for my own peace of mind, I just don't think I will have the opportunity this month.
     
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Discussion in 'Technical Archive' started by KillaJoules, Jun 14, 2013.