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DoI to crack down on UK registered cars

Fri, 04 Feb 2011


Isle of Man residents who drive a UK registered car could be hit with a fine of up to £1000.

The Department of Infrastructure is cracking down on UK-registered vehicles being used in the Island.

Currents laws state cars brought to the Island must be registered with the Department as soon as possible.

Vehicles over three years old must pass a roadworthiness test at the Vehicle Testing Centre.

The DoI says drivers who continue to drive UK taxed cars are not contributing to the upkeep of the Manx roads.

Forms to register vehicles can be obtained from the Sea Terminal, at Post Offices or from the Government's website


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