what would you do..? car tax dodging.
Whilst driving home last week i was tailgated by a crappy old astra convertable with a different colour wing etc ,
he was giving it the flashing of lights and weaving all over the road to try and get past me(30mph limit btw) and when he got past he gave me the finger etc.
anyway he pulled onto the same estate as me but i left it as id been at work all day and was pretty tired.
last nite whilst walking the mutt i came across his car parked up and noticed his tax has expired(jan 09) and the car has got pretty bold tires too.
now im not normally someone to grassing people up and all(what goes around comes around) put ive got the urge to dob this fellow in as he was behaving like a right tool.!!
what do you think??Posted 9 years agofantomMember
The point is well made by Leku. My friend recently got totalled by some chav in an escort, who then drove off. He got the reg but it turns out he has no insurance etc etc which means my friend lost a lot of money and his no-claims.
I believe that there is an anonymous DVLA website where you can do your duty…
I would not hestitate…Posted 9 years agofoxyriderMember
Why sould we all pay tax and insurance and be within the law and some people think they are special. I would do. If he hasn’t got any insurance (well it would be invalid without a valid road tax anyway I would think) then if he hits anyone then that person will not get any form of compensation at all!Posted 9 years agosquinMember
Do it. As others have said, no tax, no insurance, no MOT – probably a dangerous car. If he doesn’t give a sh1t about this, it will be the thin end of the wedge and taking his car off the road for him probably won’t stop him driving sans tax/ins/mot in the future but you can only control what you can control so on this occasion get him off the road.Posted 9 years agodeadlydarcyMember
Yep, as most have said. dob the fecker in. It’s a blunt tool, but every bugger has to pay his car tax – usually, if there isn’t any, it’s because it hasn’t got an MOT or insurance as you need to produce both to get the disc.
That’s why the coppers are keen to catch people without tax – it’s not to help the coffers of HMRC – it’s because car tax dodgers also tend to be up to no good in general.Posted 9 years ago
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