Car Tax

Discussion in 'Capri Chit Chat' started by Univex, 1 February 2016.

  1. Univex

    Univex Registered Capri Power Member

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    I usually tax my Capri for 6 months every year, however this year I could do with 9 months. Does anyone know if go down the route of paying it monthly if I can declare the car SORN at any point or do I have to continue paying for the full 12 months???

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Doyle 4-5

    Doyle 4-5 Registered Capri Power Member

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    You can cancel the DD at any time. Just remember to declare SORN again.
     
  3. Univex

    Univex Registered Capri Power Member

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    Nice one. I'll do that then.
     
  4. westycapri

    westycapri Registered Capri Power Member

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    yeah I've paid monthly with mine so I can do exactly this. I pay through direct debit and have had it where they have charged me for the month after I've cancelled it. it was however refunded shortly after. I assume I didn't give them enough notice to cancel the direct debit in time.

    Cheers

    Josh
     
  5. Univex

    Univex Registered Capri Power Member

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    That's great news
     
  6. fearthecat

    fearthecat Registered Capri Power Member

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    Declare your SORN toward the end of the month (allowing time for them to receive and process). It will take effect from the date you write on the form, and any complete un-spent months of road tax remaining will be refunded though you should expect this to be a cheque sent by snail mail unless their systems have changed
     

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