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I am given to understand that since the DVLA mindlessly decreed it would no longer be necessary to display a current vehicle excise licence (aka tax disc) on one's windscreen, the number of unlicensed vehicles on the road has increased signifi-cantly. If true, this is serious in itself, but more serious is the probability that if untaxed the vehicle has no insurance, and, where relevant, no MOT certificate either. I am open to correction here, but when the idea was first made public, I saw no comment from the police for or against it. If the number of unlicensed vehicles has indeed increased, I wonder a) how the police feel about such a situation, and b) would they make strong representations to the DVLA to expedite the reintroduction of the tax disc? Norman Rendle Rhiwbina,Cardiff

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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:May 26, 2015
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