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Thir13en_Ghosts blog post
Thir13en_Ghosts

My car has been stolen today.

by Thir13en_Ghosts, Jan/10/2020
I was woken this morning by noise outside my house and I looked out of my window to see my car being loaded onto a highab for having no tax on the vehicle, that's my livelihood gone, not only that it also had a brand new angle grinder in it which has just cost me £84, I only bought the car a few weeks ago for £695, I'm shocked, gutted and in total disgust at what the DVLA have done to me despite the fact that it's unlawful to take property like that, it's legalised theft, I will have to walk everywhere I go now and that's not going to be easy because I have sciatica which I am struggling to walk with so badly that I keep falling over in the street and have to get the help of people in the street to help me up. I'm at a complete loss as to what I should do next, I'm devastated. :(
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By ???, Mar/29/2020

OK let’s address these points raised
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I was woken this morning by noise outside my house and I looked out of my window to see my car being loaded onto a highab for having no tax on the vehicle, that's my livelihood gone, not only that it also had a brand new angle grinder in it which has just cost me £84
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Is it always illegal to drive without car tax?

By law, it’s an offence to drive a vehicle on a public road in the UK without road tax, but there are a few exceptions to the rule.
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I think that if you had paid the Road Fund Licence to DVLA (you can pay monthly) instead of purchasing a new angle grinder you would not have been carless.
I have just sold a VW Passat and I was paying £23.27 per month and that was me on the road all legal. Depending what car you have here’s an example £23.27 x 3 month’s is 69.81 and you can keep your livelihood going.
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I'm shocked, gutted and in total disgust at what the DVLA have done to me despite the fact that it's unlawful to take property like that, it's legalised theft.
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It is NOT legalised theft, if your car was parked on the drive they have no power to clamp / remove it BUT if your car was on the road outside your house then it is considered to be on the public highway.
If you fail to pay the fine, you could be prosecuted, and the penalty could be increased to a maximum of £1,000 if the case goes to court. The DVLA also has the power to clamp your vehicle until the correct amount of tax is paid.
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I will have to walk everywhere I go now and that's not going to be easy because I have sciatica which I am struggling to walk with so badly that I keep falling over in the street
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Disabled drivers may be exempt from paying vehicle tax. However, it’s worth noting that you do still have to apply for vehicle tax even if you don’t need to pay it.
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If you’re taking your car to a pre-booked MOT test, you can drive your vehicle on a road without it being taxed. The law doesn’t state how far you can travel, but if you stop off at the shops on the way or cover an unreasonably long distance it could be deemed that you’re using the vehicle for other purposes and the exemption won’t apply.
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I hope that this advice has helped you.
My current car is an Audi 1.9Tdi vehicle road tax for the year £30.00 nothing else.


Thir13en_Ghosts
By Thir13en_Ghosts, Mar/30/2020

Scubatony, yes it is legalised theft, just the same as water was sold many years ago to private companies when it's not the government who owns the water, the water belongs to the people, therefore Margaret thatcher committed high treason when she sold our water and made billions of £'s profit from doing so, ever since these times any government legislation has been fraught with criminal behaviour on behalf of our government, TV licencing for example, now ask yourself since when did we the people ever sign a contract in full agreement to pay for TV licencing?
the truth be known you don't have to look very far to find the corruption in todays society, and yet you find that you are being held accountable for all of these things under the heading of tacit agreeement or some other legal jargon.


Thir13en_Ghosts
By Thir13en_Ghosts, Mar/30/2020

there have been a number of occasions when our legal system has blatantly shown us just how corrupt it is, myself personally I have put this theory to the test by totally ignoring court summonses, it was at this time that I realised to what extent the corruption goes, yes it goes to the extent that you can laugh in their faces as you refuse to accept what they demand of you, again nothing happened as a result, I also ignored a notice of intended prosecution from the Staffordshire police demandingg money for a speed camera infraction, it's as if their hands go up in the air when the errror of their ways is shown to them by someone who knows that this is the case whether it be from their own sheer emarrassmentof their own unworthiness I guess we'll never know but it does exist.



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