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Old 31st October 2020, 07:24
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CarNoob – Your car looks great.



Are you now on the road?

A bit late replying, but I took Mr T’s advice a long time ago to use A Plan.

It is worth noting that my small print links the insurance to having a valid MOT.
(Whether the car technically needs one or not.)

My car only becomes old enough to qualify for no MOT status in 2021.

But I will still get it MOT’d after that.

And finally, lovin’ the video of the screen rising up.

All together now…

Badap ba daa ba da daa ba daa da deda daa...

Good luck, Paul.
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Old 31st October 2020, 18:12
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Interesting comments re MOT - Just out of curiosity I checked my insurance (also with A-Plan) and it says it requires MOT where this is required by law. I take that as meaning if you have MOT exemption (I believe an application has to be made using a form No???) then it's not a requirement of the policy. This also reminded me that I'd contacted A Plan on aa previous occasion to ask if my car was covered as the MOT had expired and I'd booked the car in for MOT - Answer was yes it's covered as the car doesn't need MOT if it's going to/from a pre-arranged test.
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Old 31st October 2020, 20:51
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Doesn't need to be taxed either if you're taking it to a pre booked MOT. Make sure it is properly pre booked though and the garage has the car details, reg etc.
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