This is just a heads up in case you see something like it. My wife received an e-mail telling her that her car tax had expired. To all intents and purposes you would have said it came from the DVLA.
The suspicion arose with the paragraph that read: that she could be fined up to £80 and, if ignored, the car could be crushed. The DVLA would never send such a threat in the first reminder.
Like most, the lack of the car's tax disc makes remembering when the renewal is that bit more difficult. But on the DVLA website there's a quick and easy way to check. Her car has plenty of time left on both tax and MOT. Never fret, always check.
I'm sending the scam to the DVLA just to make them aware, although I wouldn't mind betting it won't be the first that they have seen.
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