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Hi all,

Just a quick one -

I tried to dispute an 'out of court settlement fine' for my untaxed vehicle but DVLA just said no pay up you still broke the law (driving with no tax)

 

I bought the car in November and was chasing log book from buyacar (email history given to dvla)

 

It turns out I always had the green slip (didnt realise) so i managed to get tax same day as letter demand but DVLA still want £214 this month.

 

This just seems unfair to me/disproportionate .. guess i just have to suck it up and pay but thought I would check here first.

 

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Thats what you should have paid for a years roadtax from day one ...so not a fine.

 

you are lucky they are not taking you to court for £1000 that max they can.

 

Settle it and be done!

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I have to agree with the above post.

 

If you Car was sitting on a Public Highway and not Taxed I assume a DLVA Camera Van has picked up your Car as not Taxed and that information has went direct to DVLA who have taken Enforcement Action for your Un-Taxed Car.

 

Irrespective that you purchase the car in November 2021 it was your responsibility to ensure it was Taxed if sitting on a Public Highway.

 

I agree that you are very lucky to just have to pay the £214 as that will be a years Road Tax for your Car.

 

If you continue your dispute with DVLA over this it could led to them enforcing further action and imposing the max £1000

 

IMO pay the £214 and take it as a lesson learned

 

 

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so is the car now tax regardless to this settlement?

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

DCA's view debtors as suckers, marks and mugs

NO DCA has ANY legal powers whatsoever on ANY debt no matter what it's Type

and they

are NOT and can NEVER  be BAILIFFS. even if a debt has been to court..

If everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's Tomorrow, their industry would collapse overnight... 

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