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Penalty untaxed vehicle - i paid already.

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My van was clamped outside my home early may.

 

 

 

I went to the post office, set up a direct debit, then called the clampers and paid the £100 or so clamp fine, clamp was released later that day/eve.

 

 

 

I thought that was it.

 

 

 

Just received a letter from DVLA conmen asking me to pay fine just short of £200.

 

 

I was under the impression that if you taxed it and paid the clampers that was it..

 

 

I am goinf to appeal it but just wonderd if you had any advice on what I should be saying, will they be softened up if I say I was hoping they would see light if I taxed it etc.

 

 

 

Thanks.

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You've paid the release fee and now paid the current vehicle exise duty.

There is also a fine for the period you were driving the vehicle without it.

Post all paperwork you were given

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You've paid the release fee and now paid the current vehicle exise duty.

There is also a fine for the period you were driving the vehicle without it.

Post all paperwork you were given

 

 

Post where? On here?

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Yep. That's right.

Your being fined for before you were clamped. Quite correct

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Is there anyway to appeal this?

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On what grounds are you going to explain how you were not using a vehicle with no exise duty paid but it was seen and clamped on a public highway?

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I just think the fine is massively excessive, that's 4 days work for some people.

 

I was selling my van, and it was likley to sell at any moment. Will they back down on this at all?

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Unfortunately that's what happens when you try to get away with not paying taxes.

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According the OP's letter in post 5, the offence the DVLA are claiming is that the vehicle was on a public road when a SORN was in force.

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