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I wondered if you could lend me some advice.
 
I have a letter from CCS Collect asking for £80 for the DVLA (on behalf of) for late licensing penalty for my car.
Telling me I need to make  the payment in the next 7 days.
 
I have contacted DVLA who tell me to deal only with the collection agency. 
 
To cut along story short
I suffer from bipolar and my budgets are handled by my mum,
however the car tax obviously went astray at some point , neither I nor her can remember.
 
Having talked to my mum I can't afford to whole £80 at the moment as i am still trying to get back on track.
 
Does anyone know what the best course of action for me might be, would they take installments?
I haven't contacted CCS yet as I was told to contact you guys first.
 
 
Thanks 
 
 
Joe 

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well 1st of all you totally ignore the powerless DCA

they are NOT BAILIFFS

and have 

ZERO legal powers.

 

https://cse.google.com/cse?cx=partner-pub-8889411648654839:3134625398&q=CCS Collect DVLA&oq=CCS Collect DVLA&gs_l=partner-generic.12...46181.46181.0.47259.1.1.0.0.0.0.79.79.1.1.0.gsnos%2Cn%3D13...0.0...2.34.partner-generic..1.0.0.w1FlgiXHQGQ

 

are a few to read.

 

how old is this charge?

the DVLA only have 6mts .


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Thanks for the reply! I don't want them to come and take my car off me or anything. Things like this worry me some what, 

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then read what I posted carefully again.

 

and those threads 


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Many thanks. But just to clarify if the penalty is not paid can it go to court? Or have court action. If I choose to ignore the DCA

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If the Late Licensing Penalty - s.7A, Vehicles Excise & Registration Act 1994 ( a debt due to the crown, s.7A, 3, (c),) is not paid, the DVLA may deal with matter as the offence of using or keeping an unlicensed vehicle - s.29 of the same act. - usually, first, an 'out of court settlement offer', if that is not paid, a court summons. 

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Many thanks.didnt think it was that bad. Do you think the DCA will accept an installment plan?

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you do not ever deal with the DCA

read those threads

 

just start paying the dvla directly what you can when you can


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Dx100uk thank you very much for helping and taking your time out to reply. I will contact DVLA again and see what they say, maybe another operator might be more helpful. Will keep posted 

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They solely read from a screen script until you get a human that cares.

when was the civil penalty issued?


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