Stallion News is Written By Graham Roche-Motuel
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Press Release - Gov.uk - April 2022
Tax it, don’t risk it – DVLA hits the road to highlight the risks of vehicle tax evasion
The law is clear – you must tax your vehicle if you’re using it or keeping it on a public road. If you’re keeping the vehicle off the road, it must either be taxed or have a Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN). You must tax your vehicle, even if you do not have to pay anything.
Motorists who do not tax their vehicle can face financial penalties, court action and the risk of having their vehicles clamped or impounded. While more than 98% of vehicles are correctly taxed, it’s right that DVLA takes action against those who continue to break the law and evade taxing their vehicle.
As National Wheelclamping and Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) Manager, I manage a strategic DVLA contract that aims to reduce evasion through wheelclamping and ANPR activity. Our enforcement teams travel around the UK as part of our day-to-day activities and work closely with local authorities and police forces, who can be given devolved powers to remove untaxed vehicles from our roads.
* THE TGB LINK FOR THE COL2 TRAINING SYSTEM IS:- *
You can see an example of the screen it takes you to by clicking the blue button to the right .
(The tutor will provide you with usernames and passwords to this screen during your course)
* The August 2021 version of the DVLA RaV Retailer Procedure Guide is the latest
* DVLA RaV Website *
The DVLA RaV intranet is now closed for business at:- http://extranet.dft.gov.uk/dvla-afrl
* RAV Auditing 2021& 2022 *
Many manufacturers still say they will carry out auditing of their dealer network in 2022. Most have adopted our remote audit procedure offered by Stallion or 'Health Check' to ensure any extra training needs are covered. Stallion offer a new remote Health Check Audit Programme which was tested every year since 2016 has been adopted by several manufacturers for 2021and 2022 as it also meets all GDPR compliance.