No MOT ON PUBLIC HIGHWAY
Reported via mobile in the Abandoned and untaxed vehicles category anonymously at 09:10, Thu 11 November 2021
Sent to London Borough of Bexley less than a minute later. Report ref: 3117245.
Vehicle as no MOT and is not allowed to be parked in a public lay-by. It has been here for 2 weeks. Your previous reports that vehicle is on private land are not true.
State changed to: In progress
Updated by London Borough of Bexley at 09:59, Thu 11 November 2021
Mt16 uyw as no mot, which makes insurance and road tax invalid, when parked on public highway. please check with the police if you don't know the law.
State changed to: Open
Posted anonymously by a non-staff user at 09:59, Thu 11 November 2021
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State changed to: Investigating
Posted by London Borough of Bexley at 07:43, Fri 12 November 2021
Vehicle is still on road illegally
Posted anonymously by a non-staff user at 14:34, Sat 13 November 2021
Vehicle is taxed therefore it is not considered abandoned. The council only remove vehicles considered to be abandoned. Not having an MOT is a matter for the DVSA, and if as you suggest it invalidates everything else then that would be a Police issue for them to seize it.
Posted anonymously by a non-staff user at 01:00, Mon 15 November 2021
Obviously the council have not got a clue... Vehicle was taxed after original mot and only because it had an mot at the time was it allowed to be taxed, now mot as expired therefore tax is invalid.... Council allow unroadworthy vehicles to be parked on Bexley residents roads, no wonder the Borough is going downhill...
Posted anonymously by a non-staff user at 20:11, Mon 15 November 2021
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