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    Hi guys, my dad has bought a car which was 'written off'
    off' its a clio, anyway, it's recently been fixed up and has recently passed the mot.

    Now I have been told I need a vic check on it, as well as the obvious tax and insurance

    Also the car is currently in no one's name? When will I do this

    Basically which order do I have to do this in as I'm pretty confused

    Any extra help would be fantastic

    Thanks
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    Do the VIC identity check first, then register the car, then you can get insurance, then you can tax the car. You usually need proof of insurance to purchase road tax.
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    (Original post by Kre)
    Do the VIC identity check first, then register the car, then you can get insurance, then you can tax the car. You usually need proof of insurance to purchase road tax.

    Thank you very much
 
 
 
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