And re-tax it 1 April, so no more over £40k tax, I know this was discussed but can't find the post. Anybody think it can be done?
If you SORN your car you either cancel the insurance and take the risk of damaged by third parties or you keep the insurance as comprehensive will cover it.Are there any insurance issues with SORN'ing your car?
What would happen in the awful event it was stolen from your driveway or wherever it is off-road?
Yes, but a model S isn't a classic is it?My Midget is currently SORN while I'm fitting an uprated engine. SORN is a one-off procedure, and you get the tax back for any unused full months. I also have insurance specifically for a car being worked on off-road. You don't need third party as it's never going on the road. It's available from many classic insurers as it's relatively common in classic circles.
They'd probably write a SORN policy for it. I doubt it would be worth it unless the car is off road for an extended period.Yes, but a model S isn't a classic is it?
When a couple yeas ago I SORN my motorbike from Oct to Mar the only saving I got was the tax, still had the MOT to do and insurance company said that there was no reduction in insurance.They'd probably write a SORN policy for it. I doubt it would be worth it unless the car is off road for an extended period.
Be careful if the car is on HP, PCP or any sort of lease. There could be an insurance clause in the contract.