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  2. Not exactly confirm but supportive as indeed I have been of you...There again it is not me raising the topic but seeming experts. We live in strange times whereby the rules I knew are being strained viz a viz Boris tricks...I would not be surprised to see a PM in the Lords if Brexit is supreme and Boris needed to push it through. This election is in reality a referendum and I suspect we shall see a few high wire acts yet. And Lord Home was PM in the Lords before he went to the Commons. He did not renounce his title so as to be PM but more to continue in office.
  3. You’re just posting random links that confirm what I posted.
  4. I'd wager someone has cut the top off that rope ladder
  5. https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/vh-znj#22d63a31 I would hate to think what the carbon emission was on this flight....
  6. Read it in depth and click the links you dimwit
  7. He needs someone to drop a rope ladder into the deep rut he is getting himself into to help him out.
  8. That is about registration and taxation, not about meeting the requirements concerning safety which are ensured by having the vehicle being tested and certified.
  9. Even then he probably needs guidance
  10. Sounds as though he does everything else by himself too
  11. https://www.gov.uk/importing-vehicles-into-the-uk/temporary-imports educate yourself
  12. You sound like a complete liability on the roads. Your wife and kids should go out without you and leave you to carry on boozing, judging by your grammar.
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  14. Here there is a legal requirement for any vehicle with the exception of cars over a certain age to have a valid MOT or equivalent, valid VED subject to a time prior the entry to be UK and a minimum of third party insurance before making any journey on our roads other than to the nearest MOT station for a pre booked test.. That is the bottom line.
  15. Yes. From the EU. It is EU law. Has no effect on vehicles from outside. Jeez. Anyway. It's turned 6 on Friday. I'm off.
  16. But as I have pointed out several times, there are still many cars getting a certificate that is not worth the paper it is printed on.
  17. Yes it does. It means that there is no such requirement.
  18. I refer you to my previous answer: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-23320526
  19. Very true but that has nothing to do with the requirement to have a Manx vehicle having a UK or EU equivalent MOT.
  20. You've pointed it out several times, but that doesn't make it so. If you were importing a vehicle to the UK from IOM and registering it there, then I would agree. It would then become a UK vehicle and within the scope of the EU directive thus needing a test. As a visitor from outside the EU and in full compliance with its home legislation it does not. Of course, the keeper is still responsible for good condition and roadworthiness, which is exactly as it should be.
  21. Absolutely. Rog has now surpassed all other idiots on here, me included, and is now the biggest k**b posting. I said “is” not “has”.
  22. Not so. Non UK vehicles from the EU are subject to inspection on a par with the UK MOT.
  23. But having untested and so potentially dangerous vehicles on our roads for the lack of compliance with our laws IS my business and the business of every other road user here.
  24. Wrong. Only needed if it is to be registered as a UK vehicle
  25. Judging by the extremely poor grammar, phenomenally bad spelling and wayward syntax,I suspect you were nurtured and educated by knuckle dragging Brits
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