The DVLA prosecute people for failing to send the SORN form to register their vehicle off the road.

Why is this idea important?

The DVLA should only prosecute those who are driving a vehicle on the road that has no valid MOT.

But what they are doing in practice when the vehicle is in fact off road and not is use the DVLA is taking people before the courts for failure to send them the SORN form declaring the vehicle as being off road.

So people are not being penalized for having a vehicle on the road without a valid MOT certificate, The DVLA accept that the vehicle is in fact off road and not in use, so what they are in fact doing is penalizing people in court for merely not sending them the form and that is totally wrong.

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