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Your vehicle must have valid insurance cover before you can do what?

A Tax the vehicle.

Your vehicle MUST have valid insurance cover before you can tax it. If required, it will also need to have a valid MOT certificate. You can tax your vehicle online, by phone or at certain post offices.

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If you own a vehicle, it is essential to ensure that your car has valid insurance cover before you can tax the vehicle. Without adequate coverage, not only are you putting yourself at risk of financial and legal repercussions but also leaving your car exposed to potential damage or theft.

Having valid insurance for your vehicle provides peace of mind knowing that if anything happens while driving or parking, there will be some form of protection in place against any costs incurred as a result. It also ensures that any third-party damages or injuries caused by an accident involving the insured driver will be covered up to certain limits specified in the policy document.

When applying for road tax on your car, proof of current and active motor insurance must be provided as part of this process – without which it would not legally allowed on public roads under UK law (Road Traffic Act 1988). This applies even if no annual fee is required due to zero emissions from electric vehicles etc., although exemptions may apply depending upon individual circumstances such as disability allowances etc.

It’s always important therefore when looking into purchasing a new policy for either renewal purposes or taking out fresh cover with another provider; make sure all relevant details have been taken into consideration so that everything meets both statutory requirements and personal preferences going forward!



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