MOTOR TAX NOTICE
Under the new measures, the following have come into effect in relation to vehicle testing–
- NCT –vehicles with a test that was or will be due on or after 28 March 2020 have that test date extended by 4 months
- Commercial Vehicle Roadworthiness Tests (CVRT) – vehicles with a test that was or will be due on or after 28 March have that test date extended by 3 months
In addition, and in line with the arrangements previously in place for NCT certificates in relation to private cars, it will no longer be longer necessary to have a current Certificate of Roadworthiness (CRW) in order to tax a commercial vehicle. You should be able to renew your motor tax for a commercial vehicle from tomorrow, 21 April 2020, without need of a CRW.
Full details can be found in the press release link below: https://www.gov.ie/en/press-release/62f398-further-statement-from-minister-ross-in-relation-to-the-vehicle-test/
Louth Motor Tax FAQ’s
In general: Any transactions that cannot be done online will be done in Louth Motor Tax and the discs posted to the customer. The Customer will need to post all their completed documents to us with relevant payment and a contact phone number.
Louth Motor Tax
St Alphonsus Rd,
|Can I tax my car online?||Most transactions can be completed online at motortax.ie.|
|I don’t know my PIN number||PIN = Last 6 digits on your Vehicle Registration Cert (logbook)|
|I’m having problems with the online system|
email queries in relation to the online system to email@example.com
(note: this is only for issues with the online system)
|I’m taxing a commercial vehicle for the first time, what do I do?||Post all your documentation into the Motor Tax Office with the relevant payment and the transaction will be processed and the disc sent to you by post. Include your contact number in case staff have any queries.|
|I’m taxing my car for the first time, what do I do?||Post the completed RF100 form with relevant payment to Louth Motor Tax. Include your contact number in case staff have any queries.|
|My transaction cannot be completed online||Post all your documentation into the Motor Tax Office with the relevant payment and the transaction will be processed and the disc sent to you in the post. Include your contact number in case staff have any queries.|
MOTOR TAX NOTICE
Temporary Opening Hours from 30th June 2020 to 17th July 2020 10am – 3pm
Normal opening hours resume on 20th July 2020 - 9.30am to 4.00pm.
Most Motor Taxation transactions can be done on-line and all members of the public should use this very efficient and effective service at www.motortax.ie