- 1 How do they work out car tax refund?
- 2 Why have I not received my car tax refund?
- 3 How does DVLA calculate refund?
- 4 How long does it take for road tax refund?
- 5 Do I automatically get a car tax refund?
- 6 Can you tax a car twice by mistake?
- 7 Can I tax my car while waiting for log book?
- 8 What is the road tax for?
- 9 Can I get refund on car insurance?
- 10 How long does DVLA take to refund?
- 11 Can you tax a car without MOT?
- 12 How do I cancel my road tax?
How do they work out car tax refund?
The refund is calculated by the DVLA based on the amount you paid for the current tax period and how many whole months there are remaining of the period.
Why have I not received my car tax refund?
You should receive a cheque for your road tax refund amount in the post after six weeks. If you haven’t, then you need to contact the DVLA tax enquiries department. You can do this by calling the DVLA contact number 0300 790 6802, Mon to Fri (8am-7pm), or Sat (8am-2pm).
How does DVLA calculate refund?
If you pay by Direct Debit, the Direct Debit will be cancelled automatically. You’ll automatically get a refund cheque for any full months left on your vehicle tax. The refund is calculated from the date DVLA gets your information. The cheque is sent to the name and address on the vehicle log book.
How long does it take for road tax refund?
Road tax refunds generally take up to 6 weeks to come through. If you’re still waiting for your VED to be refunded after 8 weeks, it’s time to contact the DVLA.
Do I automatically get a car tax refund?
Your vehicle tax will be cancelled by DVLA once you tell them you no longer own your vehicle. You’ll automatically get a refund cheque for any full months left on your vehicle tax. The refund is calculated from the date DVLA gets your information.
Can you tax a car twice by mistake?
Vehicle tax can no longer be transferred between owners – meaning a single car may have tax paid on it by two different owners when it is sold. Edmund King, President of the AA, said that information about the new system just isn’t getting through to drivers, and it’s costing them money.
Can I tax my car while waiting for log book?
Can I still tax it at the Post Office? Yes – though you’ll still need your DVLA reminder (V11) or your Registration Certificate (V5C) plus a valid MOT, a (V62) is also available at any Post Office that deals with vehicle tax.
What is the road tax for?
Road tax, otherwise known as road fund license, vehicle excise duty (VED), vehicle tax, car tax and the former tax disc is annual government taxation payable by anyone with a roadworthy vehicle. It is enforced by the DVLA. The amount which you pay depends on the vehicle and much co2 it emits.
Can I get refund on car insurance?
Yes, if you choose to cancel your car insurance policy within the 14-day cooling-off period, it is a legal requirement that you’re granted a refund. But you will be charged for the time when the policy was active and you may also have to pay an administration fee, so check the terms and conditions of the policy.
How long does DVLA take to refund?
DVLA will post a cheque to the registered keeper shown on the registration certificate (V5C) within 6 weeks. If you don’t get your refund within 6 weeks, contact DVLA.
Can you tax a car without MOT?
If your car has no valid MOT and no tax, you can drive it to a test centre. That’s because, without an MOT, you will be unable to renew your road tax. By law, your vehicle needs to have passed its MOT test to be taxed. Once it passes, however, you must immediately organise your car tax so you are driving legally.
How do I cancel my road tax?
You can call the DVLA at 0300 790 6802 from Monday to Friday between 8am and 7pm, and on Saturday from 8am to 2pm. You can email it here, and you can send a letter at Vehicle Customer Services, DVLA, Swansea, SA99 1AR. Your car tax will be automatically cancelled.