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With life being put on hold as the world battles the COVID-19 pandemic, we look at how to tax your car if you're self-isolating.
Car dealers are calling on the Government to offer drivers a three-month extension on their MoT in the wake of the coronavirus lock down.
MoT testing for cars is to be reviewed in the wake of the coronavirus crisis. The Government has already suspended the annual roadworthiness test for heavy goods vehicles, buses and trailers.
The Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs, which organises the event, says Drive It Day will still take place on Sunday, 26 April.
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