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    Default How to tax a car with no v5 or slip new keeper

    I didn't think that buying a second hand car with no v5 or green slip was a problem, but I'm finding it difficult to tax it , does anyone have any idea on how to go about it ? It's insured with a full mot but I just can't find a way to tax it online with no book or slip 😡😡 , I would be really grateful for any help , I'm usually more clued up on these type of situations but I've been off the road for a couple of years and I seem to of lost my way lol

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    Default Re: How to tax a car with no v5 or slip new keeper

    There is a form you can get from the Post Office.
    i can recall many many years ago, i got a car from an auctions place and it had no
    registration documents. I cant remember the name of the form, but i filled in the details
    on the form and within a few weeks got a vehicle log book
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

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    Default Re: How to tax a car with no v5 or slip new keeper

    Yeah , a V62 or something like that, the only problem is though is that I need to use it to go away this weekend, there's got to be some way of taxing it surely

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    Default Re: How to tax a car with no v5 or slip new keeper

    Not possible online mate.
    You have to go into a post office and it will cost you £20 Plus your tax cost

    You will be taxed when you leave the post office though so dont panic.
    I had to do it recently you can get the form here [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Fill it in take it to the PO and pay the fees and your done.
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