Post by comfortablynumb on Jul 14, 2019 6:58:02 GMT
Just a quick query, vehicle is a 1965 mini, already registered as historic on logbook. It's being motd anyway, but I thought it'd be a good idea to register it as exempt anyway, it's obviously been tax exempt for some time. My understanding is that you have to declare MOT exemption using form V112, you can't just stop mot-ing. On production of the logbook/V5 at the post office (central city one, not a branch), the response was' it's already historic, you don't have to bother', Right, confused now. Anyone got an opinion?
This is the first paragraph of the V112 form, I've highlighted the relevant word
Evidence of an MoT test is normally required for taxing purposes. If your vehicle is exempt from MoT testing you will need to fill in this form and produce it when you tax your vehicle at a Post Office®