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Tell those nosey ******** looking at your tax disc what you think they should be doing in return for those taxes you paid, instead of looking to clamp you and extort your hard earned cash. Great stocking filler if delivered in time for Christmas. Note any version without asterisks may be legally deemed offensive and get you hassle from the law, but this one should be ok.

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#1
Love it!
#2
Great stuff :thumbsup:
#3
Nice :-)
#4
Lol, I like this, but the most of the money goes to the NHS apparently.
#5
LOL< funny
#6
I love this, it makes me laugh.
#7
Upwards of 20 cars got clamped in westwood, oldham last week for having no tax it was hirrarrrrrrrrious lol :-D
#8
Haha. That's it, tell the nosey b******s looking at your tax disc to catch road tax dodgers & uninsured drivers. Seize their personal assets/benefits if they don't cough up, stops them pissing about with people's lives on the road driving in clamped out unroadworthy cars. It's LAWFUL to have tax & car insurance so these scumbags who don't pay puts the cost to other law abiding drivers who pay upfront. It's about time now we should have the insurance policies on the tax disc to cut out road tax dodgers & uninsured drivers. With the credit crunch going on, some might be tempted to flout the LAW.
#9
Cool.. Just the thing.
#10
sam_41
It's a bit ironic that the tax disc in the pic is /o/ut of date!

Sorry but cold from me, if you get pulled over this is gonna seriously p*ss the police off, they'll be looking for an excuse to book you.


What's even more Ironic is the date stamp for purchase appears to be 19/06/08?? On a tax disc that expires 4 months later!!
#11
veedubjai
With the credit crunch going on, some might be tempted to flout the LAW.


Its sod all to do with the credit crunch. The scum do it anyways.
#12
mannyalli
Upwards of 20 cars got clamped in westwood, oldham last week for having no tax it was hirrarrrrrrrrious lol :-D

Serves them right but the cost of having to clamp & remove them still puts the true cost elsewhere so I still think it's better to seize their personal assets/benefits so they don't **** about. Fining them will make little difference as it will only reduce their credit rating if they don't pay up so can't borrow credit but stop them getting money for daily finance will stop them flouting the law in the first place. It's the drivers who is paying for those who don't stick to the law.
#13
Nice one!!! lol
#14
perfect for malta, if you've ever been there you'll not what i meen
#15
Love it......after having to fork out over £500 yesterday because my car hit a pothole this is a very topical item for me!!! I am livid at the government for not maintaining the roads as they should!! Grrrr
#16
But does your road tax pay for the upkeep of your local roads?

I thought it was your council and the council tax that did this.
#17
Great stocking filler HOT!
#18
charlok
Love it......after having to fork out over £500 yesterday because my car hit a pothole this is a very topical item for me!!! I am livid at the government for not maintaining the roads as they should!! Grrrr

I suggest you lodge a claim against the local authorities for not maintaining the road but you must provide evidence to them that the pot hole did cause considerable damage with copies of the annual car service & MOT to prove that your car was kept at roadworthy condition. Get the mechanics report to confirm whether the damage to the vehicle is cause by the pot hole on the road. Hey, even get the car manufacturer to confirm any details of life expectancy of the suspension on the car vehicle for claim. Could give it a try & see if the local council would cave in.
#19
My lad was in the PO getting his tax renewed and came out to find a fine on his windscreen for having an out of date tax disc. Think this would be right up his street now, lol.
#20
W1zz
But does your road tax pay for the upkeep of your local roads?

I thought it was your council and the council tax that did this.


Well then double gggrrrr cause I pay both!!! And I rarely drive on the major roads!!!
#21
sam_41;3806217
Sorry but cold from me, if you get pulled over this is gonna seriously p*ss the police off, they'll be looking for an excuse to book you.

Can't see that myself, I think the police appreciate the fact like the rest of us that potholes probably increase the chance of an accident.

I've reported the potholes around my area on this site and they did get some action on some of them - http://www.fillthathole.org.uk/
#22
W1zz,

You are quite correct. The majority of 'local' roads are maintained (well, should be) by your local council, although I believe that the Highways Agency looks after the major routes. However, you can’t expect them to know about all the potholes so, if you know of one go to Fillthathole.org.uk. Mainly setup for cyclists, you simply put in the details and it then sends the data to the correct agency. I have used it three times and the work is normally completed within four weeks.

Remember, your council has a duty of care towards you, but sometimes they need a little help to identify the problems!
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veedubjai
I suggest you lodge a claim against the local authorities for not maintaining the road but you must provide evidence to them that the pot hole did cause considerable damage with copies of the annual car service & MOT to prove that your car was kept at roadworthy condition. Get the mechanics report to confirm whether the damage to the vehicle is cause by the pot hole on the road. Hey, even get the car manufacturer to confirm any details of life expectancy of the suspension on the car vehicle for claim. Could give it a try & see if the local council would cave in.


I work for a local authority and deal with these sort of enquiries (I hasten to add I just work in the customer service centre - I'm not hands on with filling pot holes or handling claims). If anyone rings up to complain about damage caused by pot holes etc we ask for a written submission including what happened, where it happened, how it happened, evidence of the cost of the repair and if possible - photos of the road fault itself. Give them a call - certainly worth the effort if you can claw back £500
#24
mitchwales
Its sod all to do with the credit crunch. The scum do it anyways.

Fair enough 100% scumbags will DO IT but what is stopping someone who may have been paying for road tax/car insurance decides to take the CHANCE & decide to delay it before driving on the road or not pay for it until stopped by the Police & come up with an excuse. The credit crunch does have some point that SOME BUT NOT ALL will try to flout the LAW. Just wait & see in the news reports. Does that mean the DVLA will not be of any concern? What about the Insurance companies who may see more fraudulent claims?
#25
veedubjai
Haha. That's it, tell the nosey b******s looking at your tax disc to catch road tax dodgers & uninsured drivers. Seize their personal assets/benefits if they don't cough up, stops them pissing about with people's lives on the road driving in clamped out unroadworthy cars. It's LAWFUL to have tax & car insurance so these scumbags who don't pay puts the cost to other law abiding drivers who pay upfront. It's about time now we should have the insurance policies on the tax disc to cut out road tax dodgers & uninsured drivers. With the credit crunch going on, some might be tempted to flout the LAW.


Fully agree with the sentiment but how are the "nosey b******s" supposed to catch tax dodgers without looking at tax discs???

Just a thought :whistling:
#26
sam_41

Sorry but cold from me, if you get pulled over this is gonna seriously p*ss the police off, they'll be looking for an excuse to book you.


Why would it **** the police off? They don't get the revenue from road tax and they're not responsible for filling in potholes. As they are subject to the same road conditions as the rest of us I suspect that most of them would agree, (and I would so love to see one of these in a police car windscreen).
#27
veedubjai
Haha. That's it, tell the nosey b******s looking at your tax disc to catch road tax dodgers & uninsured drivers....


Chortle. Don't they have to be "nosey b******s" and look at the tax disc to do that!!!?

I agreee that tax dodgers and uninsured drivers are pond scum though.

Will buy one of these for the amusement value. Voted hot.
#28
Mildlytight;3806451
Fully agree with the sentiment but how are the "nosey b******s" supposed to catch tax dodgers without looking at tax discs???

Just a thought :whistling:

I thought they had an amazing computer that's meant to scare you into submission :whistling:
#29
Been looking for this for ages.

Thanks op
#30
sam_41
It's a bit ironic that the tax disc in the pic is out of date!

Sorry but cold from me, if you get pulled over this is gonna seriously p*ss the police off, they'll be looking for an excuse to book you.


grow some balls :thumbsup:
#31
fantastic for a laugh. but would never use it, its just asking for trouble from traffic warndons and the police
#32
being the thinker i am.
I dont actually get this as...
a) Police and Traffic Wardens do not fix or repair potholes. This is down to your local Council WHICH fund police not the other way around. So all I think this would do is pee off the traffic warden or police officer who reads it!
#33
Class act
#34
Nice idea, shame the example tax disc was paid late, it was due 30/4/08 and paid in june 08!! LOL

Good gift though.
:)
#35
Is this meant to be amusing? :?

... it's about as funny as those fake fingers people stick on their boot.

Get a life.... if they didn't check your tax disc, how would they know it's out of date and catch people flouting the law? and more importantly the money from 'Car Tax' isn't even used to fix potholes!! :p
#36
what a waste of money ,

if you want your car to look tacky get this !

who would put this on there car ?
#37
Toonarmani,

I think you are thinking too much, it is only a driver's way of showing anger at the state of the roads,not a political statement.
#38
Must admit it is funny and when I was younger this would have been on my car. But this is where I vote cold. Funny...yes and a bargain...NO!!!. These are cheap plastic tax dic holders the likes of which are virtually given away so way overpriced. If this was in Poundland I might pick it up but buy online..........sorry my cash stays in my pocket.
#39
I passed a car yesterday that had been pulled by the police....I thought for speeding. On the way home an hour later it was being loaded onto a wagon. The car had big yellow stickers all over it saying 'uninsured car' so the police are clamping down on these scumbags.
#40
Meh... what's the point of putting swear words on things if you're just going to blank them out.

For 3 quid, I can swear properly.

Humbug. =P

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