stevemarl wrote:If they`re going to scrap the disc so there`s no visible evidence of payment or otherwise, - why oh why not go the whole way and change it to a duty on fuel so it 1/ is proportional to usage and 2/ can`t be avoided ????
stevemarl wrote:Yes, if memory serves October they stop issuing new ones?
peers.dupp wrote:It's going to take a while to get used to seeing windscreens with no tax disc on.
stevemarl wrote:peers.dupp wrote:It's going to take a while to get used to seeing windscreens with no tax disc on.
Not where I live it`s not....
stevemarl wrote:It is sad I think (or I am sad, probably the latter); I`ve got all the tax discs from my 1st car from `75 to it being scrapped in 2003, have to get them framed 1 day.
ollyw wrote:A Treasury spokesman said: "This is a visual symbol of how we are moving government into the modern age and making dealing with government more hassle free."
pbar wrote:I wonder if car taxes will go down now, it must be a decent saving they will make without having to make and send out all those discs, and with the lesser mysterious 'admin' costs.
stevemarl wrote:I lied - can`t find the 75/6 one !!! However in `77 it was £50 ... a year!
(Also, the Viva had an 8 gallon tank; if it was ABSOLUTELY empty, just fumes, and you filled it right up the neck - you could JUST squeeze £5 of petrol in it....)
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