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Does that mean 3.5 t vehicles ? I’ve got a Landy that’s plated at 3.5 coming up next month and we where just talking about what to do with it.

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2 minutes ago, MattyF said:

Does that mean 3.5 t vehicles ? I’ve got a Landy that’s plated at 3.5 coming up next month and we where just talking about what to do with it.

I don't know, but looking at that link, if a 3.5t doesn't fall into that category it falls into the 3 month amnesty.

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7 minutes ago, Steve Bullman said:

This so handy, more money to save. Mines due next month 

Stick with me mate, you won't go far wrong...

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Does that mean 3.5 t vehicles ? I’ve got a Landy that’s plated at 3.5 coming up next month and we where just talking about what to do with it.


3.5t is a standard mot and suspension for 6months hgv is suspended for 3months

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On 25/03/2020 at 11:03, Steve Bullman said:

This so handy, more money to save. Mines due next month 

Have you checked your reg against the MoT website?, I'm told by a mate his motor is due this month, it's now been updated, it's now due in October.

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