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Most recently answered tax exemption questions
My car was registered in March 1979. When is it tax free?
My 1974 Triumph TR6 is a year from its last MoT. DVLA have taxed it at zero rate with the phrase “this vehicle may or may not need an MoT”. How on Earth do I find out? By the way, I have every intention...
I have a 1971 Mini. I taxed it (free) in February when I bought it. The MoT runs out on 23 May 2018. Do I fill in the V112 MoT exempt declaration form when I tax it again next February?
My 1978 Vauxhall Cavalier Mk1 is eligible for tax exemption from April 2019. How do I obtain a Build Date Certificate to prove to the DVLA when it was built? Also, what steps do I need to take to obtain...
I own a Triumph Spitfire that's just over 40 years old, registered on 14 February 1978. When do I apply for Historic status, now or after 21 May 2018?
I purchased a 1967 Austin Healey Sprite Mk4 in September 2017 and it has since been SORN'd. How do I apply for tax and MoT exemption when it comes into effect in May 2018 if I cannot get the relevant forms?
I've heard that cars registered before 1 January 1978 no longer need an MoT - is this right? The Government website doesn't seem to reflect this change.
The MoT on my 1963 classic expires on 16 May 2018. Apparently the new rules come into force on May 20th. Does this mean that I'll have to have to have an MoT for the sake of four days? I'll certainly get...
I own a 1971 motorcycle. It was insured last year in April, taxed (historic vehicle class) from 1 June and MOT'd until August 2017. I never got around to using it at all last riding season, so it remained...
My motorcycle was registered in February 1977, do I still have to pay road tax?
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