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Registration V55/4 - Tax Payable

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Evening,

Is anyone able to advise?  I will try contacting the DVLA tomorrow on my lunch but thought I would ask here first.

One of the boxes, number 4, asks for an amount of tax payable.  I have checked the DVLA site and can only find https://www.gov.uk/vehicle-tax-rate-tables and that is asking for the CO2 emissions and it states this might be on the IVA form; I have checked and it isn't.

Do I need an exact figure or am I able to use the same as other people use?  Engine is a 2.0 Zetec.

Thanks!

Dan

 

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On the IVA form under CO2 (g/km) it says N/A.

Looking here: https://insidedvla.blog.gov.uk/2017/03/27/new-vehicle-tax-rates-how-motorhomes-kit-built-and-multi-stage-build-vehicles-are-affected/

It says it will be in the PLG class if no emissions on the IVA, which means £265 a year (https://www.gov.uk/vehicle-tax-rate-tables/rates-for-cars-and-light-goods-vehicles-registered-before-1-march-2001)

Sound right?

Thanks,

Dan

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Thanks! That’s literally the perfect reply, will have to read that post in detail as it looks like an interesting one.

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Well I just received a mail to say my registration docs are in the post, awesome news.  I had a problem with the way the Invoice for my gearbox returb was worded but managed to work around that.

I sent a postal order for 12 months tax and the application fee, I am planning on getting my plates printed as soon as I get the V5.

What happens with the tax side? I assume the DVLA register it for tax on my behalf for the first year using the postal order?

Thanks!

Dan

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V5 is here, car is already taxed so nothing left for me to do.  Insurance sorted, Halfords for plates and the weathers looking good for my first drive out tonight 🤪😁

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