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Latest figures show that 99% of vehicles are properly taxed or declared off road using a Sorn (Statutory off road notification).
The next factor to consider is whether the vehicle had in fact been the subject to a Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN).
It is now a legal offence to keep a vehicle without insurance unless the owner has notified the DVLA that their vehicle is being kept off the road and has a valid Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN).
While it is acceptable that taxed but uninsured vehicles kept on the road should be clamped or impounded, leading even to crushing in order to deter uninsured drivers, it is simply intolerable that we will now have to fill in yet another SORN (Statutory Off Road Notification) if that be the correct interpretation of these bewildering plans, just for the privilege of perhaps keeping uninsured that beloved old banger or spare car on the drive.
"I have a Statutory Off Road Notification certificate and it has never been driven on the roads.
Do this with a Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN) declaration, from the DVLA.
If you do not relicense your vehicle because you do not intend to use or keep it on the public road, by law you must tell the DVLA (Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency) by declaring SORN, which stands for Statutory Off Road Notification.
By law, you must now either licence your vehicle or make a Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN) to advise the DVLA that your vehicle is neither used nor kept on a public road - and is therefore not liable to vehicle excise duty.
New analysis of cars with a statutory off road notification (SORN) reveal the UK's top selling cars of yesteryear.
Those who choose not to obtain vehicle tax immediately, but maybe wait till first day of the next month, will need to make a Statutory Off Road Notification.
Yet, research from Post Office Car Insurance shows 22% of drivers do not know that vehicles have to be insured at all times, unless they have been declared SORN (Statutory Off Road Notification).
A There has been a recent change in the law requiring that all motor vehicles owned by the "registered keeper" must either be insured or the subject of a Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN).
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