Can I Tax My Car without a Logbook?

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To tax a car without the logbook, you may require items such as a third party insurance as well as a MOT or a Ministry of Transportation test certificate which confirms a passed inspection.
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You can tax your car without a log book. To do this one requires items such as a third party insurance and an MOT certificate.
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Well first off congratulations on not being caught for driving with no tax.it would of been a pretty expensive way to find out you had no tax.Providing your car is insured and m.o.t
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Not Legal Advice:If you don't have the log book,you can tax it at the Post Office using the new keeper supplement.To obtain your log book,call at 0300 790 6802.
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In UK Log books can take up to 6 weeks to come back to you. Contact DVLA and ask about it. You will not be able to get taxed without it. Normal Opening Times Monday to Friday 8.00
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If you wish to export vehicles and don't want to register vehicles and pay taxes every time you buy them you have to have a dealers license. For exporters a wholesale dealers license
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