The DVLA launches huge crackdown against untaxed vehicles

Vehicles across the UK are being clamped for not keeping up to date with their tax payments.

Online PR News – 25-October-2016 – Swansea – A crackdown on untaxed vehicles has seen 20 autos braced in Dundee. Operators following up in the interest of the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) forced the implementation measures this week, with the proprietors now confronting expenses of up to £260 to have their vehicles discharged.

Notwithstanding, assist charges of £21 every day can be connected if the vehicle is taken into capacity. Clipped vehicles were spotted at areas including the Kingsway and Greendykes Road.

A DVLA representative said: "We can affirm that 20 untaxed vehicles have been clipped in Dundee since Monday. "It is correct that we make a move against the individuals who don't impose their vehicles and afterward drive them else it wouldn't be reasonable for the individuals who make the best choice."

Among the vehicles clasped was a taxi on Kingsway East, between the Pitkerro Road and Mid Craigie roundabouts. The vehicle is worked through Dundee Private Hire Ltd, in Isla Street. rnrnBe that as it may, Dougie Inglis, who works for the firm and whose father is the overseeing chief, said the auto was possessed by an independently employed driver, and it was not the obligation of the organization to assess the vehicle.

He included: "The auto is electric and absolved from street assess. "We think the driver has neglected to enroll it as excluded with the DVLA." The auto's proprietor couldn't be gone after remark.

The DVLA representative included: "Bracing is one of a scope of measures we use to ensure these untaxed vehicles are not driven out and about. "Where we brace an untaxed vehicle the driver will need to pay a discharge charge of £100 and, on the off chance that they can't demonstrate that the vehicle has been exhausted, a surety expense of £160.

"The surety expense is discounted if the driver can demonstrate that the vehicle has been exhausted inside 15 days of the vehicle's discharge.

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