Motorists told to cut out their own tax discs after DVLA runs out of perforated paper ahead of October 1 when they will be abolished

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Motorists told to cut out their own tax discs after DVLA runs out of perforated paper ahead of October 1 when they will be abolished

Post  Sirop14 on Thu Aug 28, 2014 12:36 pm

Motorists are being told to cut out their own tax discs as the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency is about to run out of the perforated paper they are usually printed on.
The paper discs will be abolished completely from October 1, but as the DVLA winds down its printing process it will no longer make them on the pre-perforated paper which allows the disc to be easily torn out.
Instead the discs will be printed onto normal paper, and sent to drivers who must cut them out themselves before placing them in their windscreens.
'DVLA is running down its pre-existing stock to ensure there is no wastage. To give value for money to the tax payer we have not replenished our stock for this short period but decided to print these discs in-house until October 1,' the DVLA told affected businesses, according to the


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