The Ministry for Roads has revealed plans to remove the need to produce a motor insurance certificate when buying a tax disc.
The red tape cutting plans mean that around an extra 600,000 drivers a year will be able to tax their car online. It also means that millions of motorists will no longer have to search for their insurance certificate if they tax their vehicle at the Post Office.
Road Minister Stephen Hammond said: “We are committed to getting rid of unnecessary red tape. There is absolutely no benefit in making motorists prove they have insurance when they buy a tax disc and these proposals will make the whole process quicker, easier and cheaper.”
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