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Thomas 75 connie wrote:Cheers john I phoned them up again and they said there is no way that it can be taxed untill I recieve the log book which is gutting I said I can go over to Portsmouth and they said they wouldn't be able to do it. So I'm just off to the post office to see if I can get the form to send it all off.
JohnDotCom wrote:....and the DVLA wonder why people drive around untaxed!
Thomas 75 connie wrote:I was kindly given the car for free I was given the previous owners green slip which has already been stamped anyway sorted now so just a case of waiting
MrB wrote:Thomas 75 connie wrote:I was kindly given the car for free I was given the previous owners green slip which has already been stamped anyway sorted now so just a case of waiting
I remember reading the full story of your coming into the ownership of your 75. Glad to see it is now in your hands.
Am sure you will be on the road soon enough. The previous I am sure will be very quick in responding to the DVLA.
Thomas 75 connie wrote:Thanks the car is still in somerset at the moment awaiting an mot then once it's taxed and insured I'll be bringing it home caant wait
geesmith wrote:Waiting is a necessary excercise and having plenty of practice at it is a great help in life.
Today is the most important day of your life so don't start wishing it away. Tomorrow will become the most important day when it arrives. Being human means that we are aware that tomorrow is coming. When that particular day arrives when you have just stepped into your fully legal car for the first time it will be a marvelous day that you will remember for a long time.... but today is the day you have to get through with as little stress as possible to ensure a full quota of tomorrows...
Invoice to follow.