Car Tax Check and MOT Reminder @ Play Store
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Car Tax Check and MOT Reminder @ Play Store

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Found 20th Apr 2015
Car Tax Check is the easiest way to avoid missing your Road Tax and MOT renewal date for all of your vehicles.

Just enter your registration number and vehicle make - You'll automatically be reminded when it's time to renew.

You'll get a notification 30 days, 7 days and 1 day before your expiry dates.

Adding a vehicle to Car Tax Check:

‌• Enter your vehicle registration number
‌• Enter the vehicle make - Ford, Vauxhall etc

Car Tax Check allows you to:

‌• Check if a vehicle has a valid MOT
‌• Check if a vehicle has valid road tax
‌• Check if a vehicle has been declared SORN

You'll see a warning icon next to any vehicle with tax or MOT expiring in the next 30 days.

Features:

‌• Car Tax Check allows you to store reminders for 5 vehicles for free
‌• Upgrade to store an unlimited number of vehicles - Ideal for used car traders etc.

Vehicle History Reports (£4.99/each car or 5 for £21.99):

Check the following information -

‌• Stolen
‌• Written Off
‌• Scrapped
‌• Exported
• Number Plate Changes
‌• Colour Changes
• VIC Inspected
‌• Car Specifications

A sample report is available before purchasing to see what's included.

Visit: http://cartaxcheck.co.uk/ for more information and online vehicle enquiry service.

Vehicle data comes from the DVLA and can take up to 5 days to update. If you have taxed, made a SORN or put a vehicle through an MOT, it may take some time to see the updated information.

Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v2.0.

Visit: http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/open-government-licence/version/2/ for more information.

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23 Comments

iOS too.
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In-app purchases are not for me...

You can use your phones calender to remind you for free (for anything), without handing another third party access to your devices information, photo's, media or files.

ukez

In-app purchases are not for me...You can use your phones calender to … In-app purchases are not for me...You can use your phones calender to remind you for free (for anything), without handing another third party access to your devices information, photo's, media or files.



I normally hate iap but it's only for hpi checks which are never free anywhere, the iOS app doesn't have all those permissions (why I hate android) and it's a very useful app, I was panicking last week about my mot because I thought it was expiring soon and was rummaging about looking for the test certificate, now I will get a reminder a month before it's due.

Dryosh

...I was panicking last week about my mot because I thought it was … ...I was panicking last week about my mot because I thought it was expiring soon and was rummaging about looking for the test certificate...

In that instance, you could simply enter the VRM and make into the DVLA vehicleenquiry webpage to be told when the tax and MOT expire,

DVLA also have a page that you can check your vehicle tax & mot dates. Hope this helps

vehicleenquiry.service.gov.uk/

Dryosh

the iOS app doesn't have all those permissions (why I hate android)


IOS obviously needs the same permissions, it just doesn't openly tell the end user about them

pepdavies

IOS obviously needs the same permissions, it just doesn't openly tell the … IOS obviously needs the same permissions, it just doesn't openly tell the end user about them


http://i.stack.imgur.com/5JPln.png
Just an example...

Brilliant for Siv heads like myself! Cheers

pepdavies

IOS obviously needs the same permissions, it just doesn't openly tell the … IOS obviously needs the same permissions, it just doesn't openly tell the end user about them


It never asked for any permissions.

Boz

DVLA also have a page that you can check your vehicle tax & mot dates. … DVLA also have a page that you can check your vehicle tax & mot dates. Hope this helps :)https://www.vehicleenquiry.service.gov.uk/



Cheers buddy, knew my MOT was coming up soon!

Awesome Freebie!

Useful to list all the family cars. *****

Good post!

nice having a reminder just wondering how private the details are kept

Thank you, just installed this on my phone - checked and it works.

why not just use a reminder from the android calendar :0

Why does it want access to your photos?

Boz

DVLA also have a page that you can check your vehicle tax & mot dates. … DVLA also have a page that you can check your vehicle tax & mot dates. Hope this helps :)https://www.vehicleenquiry.service.gov.uk/


Cheers. Very helpful. Was wondering when my mot was due.

ukez

In-app purchases are not for me...You can use your phones calender to … In-app purchases are not for me...You can use your phones calender to remind you for free (for anything), without handing another third party access to your devices information, photo's, media or files.



Exactly

lol just checked this and realised im somewhat OVERDUE on taxing my car, ooooppppss

mofofunk

lol just checked this and realised im somewhat OVERDUE on taxing my car, … lol just checked this and realised im somewhat OVERDUE on taxing my car, ooooppppss



If this is true, be aware of the following (extracted from this website link):

Car-owners face an £80 fine for failing to tax their vehicle, unless it is off the road and has been declared SORN (statutory off-road notification). This can be reduced by half if paid within 28 days, but could increase to a maximum of £1,000 if it goes unpaid and ends up in court. Offenders may also be lumbered with court costs if they are successfully prosecuted. Those caught driving a car without road tax by police face an on-the-spot fine, known as a fixed penalty notice (FPN), of up to £1,000.

Hefty fees are also required to release an untaxed vehicle that is clamped or impounded. If a car is clamped, a valid tax must be paid for within 24 hours or a release fee of £100 will be charged, as well as a "surety deposit" of between £160 and £700 depending on the vehicle. This deposit is then refunded if the tax is purchased within two weeks. The fees are even higher to release an impounded car and prosecution costs and fines may still apply.

Over The Knee

If this is true, be aware of the following (extracted from this website … If this is true, be aware of the following (extracted from this website link):Car-owners face an £80 fine for failing to tax their vehicle, unless it is off the road and has been declared SORN (statutory off-road notification). This can be reduced by half if paid within 28 days, but could increase to a maximum of £1,000 if it goes unpaid and ends up in court. Offenders may also be lumbered with court costs if they are successfully prosecuted. Those caught driving a car without road tax by police face an on-the-spot fine, known as a fixed penalty notice (FPN), of up to £1,000. Hefty fees are also required to release an untaxed vehicle that is clamped or impounded. If a car is clamped, a valid tax must be paid for within 24 hours or a release fee of £100 will be charged, as well as a "surety deposit" of between £160 and £700 depending on the vehicle. This deposit is then refunded if the tax is purchased within two weeks. The fees are even higher to release an impounded car and prosecution costs and fines may still apply.






It is indeed true. I have now paid online to tax my car and I am awaiting the onslaught of @#%$ that is no doubt coming my way for not having taxed it (unintentionally) for the last 3 months. I didnt received a reminder, which i suspect is because I was little late updating the address on my logbook since I moved house.....

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