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In 2004, the DVLA introduced Electronic Vehicle Licensing, which allows customers to pay their car tax online and over the phone. If customers wish to do so, they can also obtain their car tax at their local Post Office branch.
The DVLA offers assistance for driving services including Car Tax, Driving Licences and the issuing of Blue Badges, as well as many others. There is also help provided by the DVLA for drivers of HGVs and LGVs, such as licensing information and up to date legislation. If you are looking for further information about the Highway Code, you can also find this information through the DVLA. They also post any changes to the Highway Code in their latest published version and it is recommended that you read through this, especially if you are planning to take your driving test.
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Mobile roaming charges face an immediate hike if there is a No Deal Brexit, the government has confirmed.
Tory ministers are revoking the EU law which guarantees UK citizens pay the same for using their phone on the Continent as they do at home. That will leave mobile phone firms free to hike costs whenever they like after the UK leaves. Guaranteed free roaming launched across the EU just 20 months ago - and meant big savings. But that guarantee will be scrapped if there is no deal, thanks to an obscure law laid before Parliament this week. What is a No Deal Brexit? 21 ways you'll be affected if UK leaves EU with no deal The move will leave mobile phone firms free to hike costs whenever they like. Brexit: Corbyn offers to help Theresa May PASS a deal - what's changed and why MPs are furious.
The current system caps the costs charged between EU and UK phone operators, letting them pass on the savings to customers. But the Mobile Roaming (EU Exit) Regulations admit these caps will have no legal force if there is no Brexit deal. That means phone giants could see their wholesale costs spiral, making roaming packages unaffordable and forcing them to push up costs, the government warns. Under the new rules, customers will still be prompted once they've spent £45 to prevent massive accidental bills. Travellers will also be prompted when they've hit 80% and 100% of their data allowance. But it will spell the end of 'guaranteed' free roaming across the EU, notes on the new law admit. Brexit: Theresa May flies into Brussels to beg for help after Tusk's 'hell' jibe
Costs are kept down by capping charges between different phone firms - but these caps would have no legal force after Oct 31st. Alex Neill of consumer group Which? told HuffPost UK: Any return to sky-high charges for using mobile phones abroad would be a bitter blow for millions of consumers. The government should seek to avoid these charges by securing a deal with the EU. But if that is not the outcome, companies must be absolutely clear about any extra charges their customers could be facing.
Back when warnings first emerged about an end to roaming, the government insisted firms would not hike charges because of market competition. But MoneySavingExpert revealed last week that just two out of 12 major UK phone firms have guaranteed to keep free roaming in a No Deal Brexit . Most said they had no plans to raise charges - but stopped short of giving a cast-iron guarantee. Consumer groups lobbied the government to keep roaming free by law.
But after 'careful consideration' the government did not agree, because it would pass all the costs on to phone firms. That, in turn, could have pushed up the cost of mobile phone tariffs overall to compensate, an explanatory note to the new law says. Shadow Brexit minister Jenny Chapman said: These proposals prove that it will be holidaymakers and businesses that are forced to pay the price for this government's incompetence. It's unacceptable that these plans have been snuck out.'Tory Ministers need to start being straight with the British public about the consequences of a No Deal Brexit and take it off the table once and for all.' Shadow Brexit minister Jenny Chapman said: 'It will be holiday makers and tans european businesses that will be forced to pay the price for the government's incompetence'
The anti-Brexit group best For Britain branded the fiasco the 'Last Days of Roam' and claimed business travellers could be forced to pay £778 more per month. Lib Dem MP Layla Moran said: The cost of a hard Brexit on British travellers is becoming abundantly clear.
Car Tax must be paid for vehicles that use and/or park on public roads within the United Kingdom. If a car is not being driven, there is still a charge, that is known as SORN.
A Tax Disc has been issued by the DVLA and then displayed in the window of the vehicle, displaying the expiry date. However, as of October 2014, a Tax Disc will no longer be issued and wont need to be displayed within a vehicle. You will still have to make sure you tax your car and will need to keep track on the status of your car tax online.
A Driving Licence is required in the UK to legally operate a vehicle on public roads. A Provisional Licence is granted when learning to driving and upon passing a driving test, a full licence will be given.
A Blue Badge is a permit that is given to those who meet a set of requirements relating to disability and mobility limitations. The recipient is entitled to certain parking privileges, such as being able to use disabled parking spaces and being allowed to park on single or double yellow lines for up to 3 hours.
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