Why My Car Log?
Approx. 26 million testable cars each year. Around a quarter of people forget to renew their MOT each year, with nearly a third of those more than 1 month late.
Failure to produce an MOT certificate can result in a maximum fine of up to £1,000. No MOT may also invalidate an insurance claim.
From 1 October 2014, it is no longer a legal requirement to display a paper tax disc in your car’s windscreen so not readily visible to see the expiry date.
No, it doesn’t mean that you won’t have to pay car tax – you will, and if you don’t, you could face an instant £80 fixed penalty fine, possibly rising to over £1,000 if it goes to court.
Properly insuring a vehicle is mandatory.
Driving without insurance --you could face unlimited fine/discretionary disqualification and up to 8 penalty points
Do you purchase a permit to park your car at your home? If so, it will need to be renewed annually. Miss this and you'll get a ticket and have to pay a fine. We know people who've made this mistake before. Don't miss your renewal date!
So are you relying on remembering when your MOT is due, your DVLA car tax reminder not getting lost in the post, the insurance you bought on line being where you stored it? Or, your parking permit renewal date getting lost in the post or buried under a pile of letters?
Wouldn’t it be great to have all your car information in one easy to look up place?
Register your vehicle today FREE, complete your MOT, Car Tax and insurance details and get yourself an easy accessible record of all your important dates and information. If you are unsure of your MOT and Car Tax renewal dates this site will enable you to check www.gov.uk/check-mot-status
You can also take advantage of linking other family records so you can look out for an elderly relative or a forgetful teenager!!