The old style road tax disc will be abolished on the 1st October.
Tax disc changes
Monday 1 September, 2014
Tax disc changes alert! The old style road tax disc as we know it will be abolished on the 1st October. What does this mean for you?
Well firstly it means if you don’t keep your car tax up-to-date you will receive a fine of up to £1000. Its all electronically monitored so the disc itself is obsolete. You can pay for your road tax either online or at a Post Office similarly to now.
The biggest change to be aware of is that from October 2014 when you sell a car the road tax is no longer included. The new buyer will have to apply for tax straight away and not benefit from any unused months still valid.
The seller can in fact claim a refund from the DVLA for the remaining tax on the vehicle and its the sellers responsibility to inform the DVLA of the sale.
For more information see the DVLA advice.
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