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I have a 1953 Ford Popular which has been off the road since 1995 on a SORN. I have moved in that time and only have the V5 not the V5C. It has my old...
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My Triumph Stag was built in May 1976. When will it be tax exempt?
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I own a 2014 Kia Pro_cee'd Eco which is exempt from car tax. On 24 November 2016 my car was clamped for being untaxed and I had to pay £230 (£130 later...
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When will my 1976 MG MGB, first registered 13 April 1976, become tax exempt?
My MG was registered on 14 April 1976, will it be tax exempt now with the rolling 40 year plan? My post office said no.
 

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Best available rate 9.20%

Total repayment £9,304.93

Total cost of credit £1,804.93

£155.08

60 monthly payments

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The Representative APR is 13.2% (fixed) so if you borrow £7,500 over 4 years at a rate of 13.2% p.a (fixed) you will repay £199.21 per month and repay £9562.20 in total.

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