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Old 11th April 2021, 16:59
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Default MOT Exemption

My Rickman has been registered as Historic for some time, and I'm looking at the MOT exemption, not as a means of necessarily avoiding it, but a little time 'flexibility' can be a handy thing. With the limited mileage I do, for instance, spending money improving the vehicle and getting MOT every 2 years would sometimes be more appropriate. Does anyone have experience of the paperwork involved, as it appears from the .gov site that it can't be done online, and can only be done at the Post Office when the tax becomes renewable?
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