In message <firstname.lastname@example.org>, krw <***@whitnet.uk> writes:
>On 07/05/2018 22:50, Fenny wrote; my response is lower down:
>> On Mon, 7 May 2018 22:46:47 +0100, krw <***@whitnet.uk> wrote:
>>> On 07/05/2018 19:57, Btms wrote; my response is lower down:
>>>> How can Olwen tax, insure and fuel this car of hers?
>>> Who said it was taxed and insured?
>> Well it has to be SORNed if it's not taxed. And how did she leave
>> Bridge Farm if she wasn't driving?
>Do you believe that Olwen is legal? Apparently the numbers of
>unlicenced cars and uninsured drivers is growing.
>I feel it would be a good idea if the DVLA sent a piece of paper to
>stick in the windscreen of the car to show when the tax expired. It
>could be circular, have a different colour each year and the cost would
>be fairly minimal.
>It might make it easier to spot unlicenced vehicles. It could be
>called a tax disc.
I believe the ANPR system is good enough these days. It's quite a lot of
years since I was picked up (error when I changed cars - the insurance
company had mistyped the reg.), and even my local Sainsburys has one
these days (it flashes up "<number>, your free parking expires at ..."
or something similar, as you go in).
J. P. Gilliver. UMRA: 1960/<1985 MB++G()AL-IS-Ch++(p)***@T+H+Sh0!:`)DNAf
"If even one person" arguments allow the perfect to become the enemy of the
good, and thus they tend to cause more harm than good.
- Jimmy Akins quoted by Scott Adams, 2015-5-5