DVLA notices and responses

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Re: DVLA notices and responses

Postby freeman-matt » Mon Jul 06, 2009 1:27 pm

markie b wrote:my foi i got from vehicle certification agency

Thank you for your recent Freedom of Information request addressed to
the Vehicle Certification Agency (VCA) about the Private/Light Goods
taxation class. It has been passed to the Driver and Vehicle Licensing
Agency (DVLA) for reply and is being dealt with as part of our day to
day business.

Vehicle registration and licensing is governed by the Vehicle Excise
and Registration Act 1994 (as amended).

Classification for taxation purposes depends upon the construction of a
vehicle and the use to which it is put on the public road.

It is not possible to license a vehicle in the "private use" taxation
class as no such taxation class exists.

Beverly Williams
Casework and Specialist Advice
Zone 1/D16
Policy and External Communications Directorate
DVLA

Tel: 01792 788577
GTN: 1213 8577


so then they need to prove "light goods" then if your not selling anything there is no need for tax................
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Re: DVLA notices and responses

Postby markie b » Mon Jul 06, 2009 2:10 pm

well as far as i can make out if its not being used to haul stuff and your being employed then thats transport gone and driver stricken out driving means that you must be acting in a form of commerce to buy and sell,not buy or sell,or sell or buy,but buy and sell.passengers are now called guests as they arnt paying you a fair or reward for being there your travelling with guests and im gunna put some stickers in the drivers sun visor saying all this to remind me and have the guests side with stickys aswell saying your are not a passanger you are a guest lol :sun:

private/light goods seems to be a little trickery in the form it has it as private or light goods but as proven it states there is no license payable or taxation for private use only and its on the freedom of information section the full story for those who want conformation and maybe copy and print out the details beverly so kindly provided me with keep the section stating what they claim isnt taxable and then ask the police man if they at anytime saw you acting in commerce to buy and sell anything if they say no then they cant call you any of these in which case why did they stop you? :thinks:
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Re: DVLA notices and responses

Postby apsert » Mon Jan 18, 2010 11:24 pm

RE: It is not possible to license a vehicle in the "private use" taxation
class as no such taxation class exists.

WELL THATS OBVIOUS FOR PRIVATE USE IS NOT A TAXABLE EVENT THUS WOULD BE NO

NO BRACKET OF CLASSATION, THEY ARE ONLY INTERESTED IN MAKING MONEY SO THEY HAVE TO GET AS FAR AWAY FROM COMMON LAW AS POSSIBLE!
PRIVATE IS NOT A TAXABLE EVENT PERIOD! HENCE NO RECORD OF THIS!
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Re: DVLA notices and responses

Postby Jim » Mon Jan 18, 2010 11:53 pm

Wow. Loads to think about and chew over in the exchange between CJ and DVLA! I'm starting to think that one way to "free" an already registered car could be to fill in the "Disposal" section of the V5 and send it to the DVLA with a NOUICOR so that, as far as the DVLA is concerned, the VEHICLE has been scrapped (at least on paper) but you can continue using your private conveyance outside of their jurisdiction. Damn, where's OneManAndHisDog when you need him? :grin:

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Re: DVLA notices and responses

Postby Freesam on the land » Thu Apr 01, 2010 6:27 pm

Yeh sounds good, you would then just need to get your own private plates... hmmmm

but by filling in their official form are we again contracting and can be tried for fraud, misleading info etc...

Best just to document truthful & substantial notice's ?
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