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Vehicle not declared as SORN for 5-6 years


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Hi,

I wonder if someone is able to give me a little advise.

 

I declared my motorbike sorn 2006.

 

Stupidly thinking that it was then sorn for the whole period I needed it to be.

 

I moved address and sent the v5 with my new address on it.

 

I did not receive the new v5 with my new address.

 

I had stored the motorbike and the situation was at the back of my mind and other things in life had taken over.

 

recently I contact the dvla explain that I never received the new v5 and that I have the green part only.

 

They send me a new v5c for free and that's that sorted.

 

I looked on the dvla site to see how much my tax would be as im looking to finally get it on the road.

 

I then realise that It says sorn every 12 months!

 

I have written a letter explaining the whole situation but I am very worried that I will owe tax since 2006

and get multiple fines! please help!

 

many thanks in advance if someone is able to offer support

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slow down..

 

the bike has been in storage/in bits

 

I doubt you'll have to pay anything

 

there is a very similar thread last year about the same issue

 

it resulted in nothing to pay if remember correctly

 

dx

please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

 

if everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's tomorrow

the biggest financial industry in the UK, DCA;s -  would collapse overnight.

 

DCA's view debtors as suckers, marks and mugs - that's why they will never tell you they are not bailiffs and have absolutely zero legal powers on any debt.

 

 

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Hi,

Stupidly thinking that it was then sorn for the whole period I needed it to be.

 

Not "stupidly thinking.." at all. Most sensible people would agree that is the logical thing to do, and I believe this is a proposal that is on the table now. Not sure if it is still "being considered" or is actually already in the pipeline.

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I believe this is a proposal that is on the table now. Not sure if it is still "being considered" or is actually already in the pipeline.

 

It's here.

Current SORNs are now indefinite.

 

The 'vehicle check' searches do not give a SORN expiry date any more.

 

They don't make this very clear on the renewal forms sent out for 31 Jan expiries, but this is DVLA, of course!

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