The tax disc that UK road vehicles are required to display is being discontinued from October next year. The disc is proof of payment of vehicle excise duty (commonly known as road tax) The duty will still have to be paid you just won't get a disc in future. The tax disc is considered to be redundant because checking is now done by registration plate reading cameras. The disc was first introduced in 1921.
|An old tax disc from my CBF250. This is a "duplicate" because someone (ahem) did not propertly tighten the bolt that held the disc holder in place.|
I didn't hear about this one! Hope the reminders come in time then as its always my way of checking when the tax is due! Still, I hate tax disks on bikes, there is never a good place to put them.ReplyDelete