How to tax a car after sorn
Car declared SORN - how can I tax it again?
I took my car off the road a few weeks ago and declared it SORN as I did not know how long it would be off the road for. I have found a buyer for it. show more I took my car off the road a few weeks ago and declared it SORN as I did not know how long it would be off the road for. I have found a buyer for it though, and have told her that I will get it taxed for her to collect.
As I am still the registered keeper & have the M.O.T. certificate etc, can I just go ahead to the post office and tax it using a form that can be printed off online? Will that then eliminate the SORN declaration? or is it more complicated?
Also, the brakes on the car are quite soft - it can be driven, but I'm not sure if the buyer has read the ad properly. I sold it on e-bay and the car was advertised for "spares or repair" and it was
clearly stated that the brakes need bled. I drove it like this, and it is legal, but the brakes are quite a bit softer than they were previously.
The buyer is travelling around 80 miles to pick the car up and I don't want her to think that I am trying to pull a fast one as I feel that I have advertised it fairly and have noted any imperfections in the vehicle. Should I re-iterate to her before collection that the brakes are a bit soft? or should I just assume that she has read the ad properly?
Do you think this would tactfully remind her - without putting her off - if I send her an e-mail - the following: "As stated in the advert, the. show more Do you think this would tactfully remind her - without putting her off - if I send her an e-mail - the following:
"As stated in the advert, the brakes need bled, so they might seem a bit soft, but the car is still legal and okay to drive. I have all the documents etc."Source: uk.answers.yahoo.com