this correct ยฃ475 Road tax

this correct ยฃ475 Road tax

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glow worm

4,622 posts

192 months

Tuesday 1st December 2020
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Snaaakeey said:
I await your result with baited breath! This is a must for me too!
JFDI as I used to tell my staff... They loved having as their manager smile

Mr.T

356 posts

218 months

Friday 29th January
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Finally got round to writing my letter to the DVLA, tbh, not holding out much hope, but if you don't ask, you don't get. I have followed the advice given here by Glow Worm & others. My current V5C, gives a CO2 value of 405, Petrol Car, and my car was first registered on 01/03/2001. Letter and current V5C sent first class/signed-for etc, using wording as advised on here, so lets wait and see.
Will update if/when I get any response.

Dickie Dastardly

648 posts

131 months

Sunday 7th March
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Another letter winging its way to DVLA today (recorded delivery). Included will be - V5c, Ins cert, MOT, V70 & the HMRC excerpt specifically mentioning TVR as a low volume manufacturer who is exempt from standard classification requirements.

My first effort was rejected, i got a standard response "explaining" type approval process and stating i needed written conformation from the manufacturer plus certificate of conformity. My follow up letter was unanswered.

Fingers crossed...

Oilchange

6,819 posts

225 months

Sunday 7th March
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Jeez! Have the DVLA ever taken anyone to court about something like this and lost? I'd love to see the looks on their faces.

phazed

19,608 posts

169 months

Sunday 7th March
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My Boxster S was £550 last year and my P38 the same!

Dickie Dastardly

648 posts

131 months

Friday 9th April
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Dickie Dastardly said:
Another letter winging its way to DVLA today (recorded delivery). Included will be - V5c, Ins cert, MOT, V70 & the HMRC excerpt specifically mentioning TVR as a low volume manufacturer who is exempt from standard classification requirements.

My first effort was rejected, i got a standard response "explaining" type approval process and stating i needed written conformation from the manufacturer plus certificate of conformity. My follow up letter was unanswered.

Fingers crossed...
Might be getting somewhere this time, could someone who has successfully had their tax class changed share their registration, seems that will help the cause; I would reference Glow Worms registration and A.N Other.

hxc_

286 posts

149 months

Monday 12th April
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So vaguely related..... some of the cars registered 2004/later seem to pass the ULEZ check - how is this the case, and can I assume there's no way of getting that applied retroactively? Looking at a Tuscan/T350 and if I could avoid ULEZ it'd be nice.....

Are there any NOx readings for the speed six available?

Edited by hxc_ on Monday 12th April 18:13