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UK tax change affecting Manx motorists

Mon, 15 Feb 2016

Drivers who have imported cars to the Isle of Man are being warned they could be driving without road tax.

It's after the UK DVLA changed to a paperless system - this means tax no longer transfers between owners and becomes void when the car is exported.

There are numerous cars on the Island on UK plates which could now be committing an offence.

Nicola Hodson is from Vehicle Licensing - she says motorists must make it a priority to register their purchase:


  • Nicola Hodson

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