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Minister 'in favour of stronger penalties' for expired car tax

Shirveishagh 'ayns foayr jeh kerraghyn strimmey' son keesh charbyd cheaut

Seven going through courts after ANPR catches 449 without vehicle licence

Shirveishagh 'ayns foayr jeh kerraghyn strimmey' son keesh charbyd cheaut

Shiaght goll roish quailyn lurg da ANPR tayrtyn 449 gyn kied carbyd

Ta'n Shirveishagh Bun-Troggalys gra dy vel eh ayns foayr jeh kerraghyn strimmey er-nyn-son ta er nyn gayrtyn gyn keesh charbyd vreeoil.

Ren shamraigyn ANPR va goll er obbraghey liorish yn Rheynn Bun-Troggalys cur enn er 449 immanagh er raaidyn Vannin gyn kied carbyd co-emshiragh 'sy vlein 2020.

Va screeunyn currit dauesyn feddynit gyn jysk keesh breeoil, as ta Tim Baker gra dy vel shiaght fir ec y traa t'ayn goll roish ny quailyn.

T'eh shassoo er nagh vel eh ry hoiaghey jeh, immanee cur shaghey eeck keesh;

AS TIM BAKER : Yinnin oltaghey kerraghyn strimmey, er-lhiam. Er-lhiam nagh vel eh mie dy liooar, er my hon hene, dy ghra, tra ta stayd er-lheh ayn, dy vel eh kiart dy liooar. Cha nel eh kiart dy liooar. Cha nel eh agh sleih t'er n'ghoaill vondeish jeh lheamyssyn. Myr shoh, ANPR, ta'n chagnoaylleeaght ayns shen. My vees sleih ayn nagh vel cur keesh orroosyn hene, bee ad er nyn ngeddyn magh. Ta shin mooie dagh shiaghtin. Cha nel shin coontey monney jeh goaill ro-foays, nee'n chagnoaylleeaght  tayrtyn sleih mannagh vel ad cur keesh er nyn garbid.    

 

Seven going through courts after ANPR catches 449 without vehicle licence

The Infrastructure Minister says he's in favour of stronger penalties for those caught without valid car tax.

ANPR cameras operated by the Department of Infrastructure identified 449 drivers on Manx roads without an up to date vehicle licence in 2020.

Letters are sent to those found to be without a valid tax disc, while Tim Baker says seven people are currently going through the courts.

He insists it's not acceptable for drivers to avoid paying tax:

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