'Vitally important': Drivers could save hundreds on fuel and car tax with simple service

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    With the car taken off the road for a few months, potential savings on car tax, insurance and fuel can help put money towards getting the car fixed.

    The Government website does, however, warn drivers not to abuse the SORN system.

    Driving or keeping a vehicle on the road when it is subject to a SORN is against the law, so motorists need to ensure they know what to do if they want to start using their vehicle again. 

    The SORN lasts until the vehicle is re-taxed, sold, permanently exported or scrapped.



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