Useful tips

How do I remove the tax disc from my windscreen?

How do I remove the tax disc from my windscreen?

Pull if off and use white spirit or nail varnish remover to get rid of the residue. I would use an olive oil and milk mixture. Much less corrosive. WD40 removes sticky stuff.

How do you get a sticker off your car without ruining it?

  1. Window cleaner. Spray window cleaner on the sticker, use a razor blade to chip away at it, and pull the sticker up slowly.
  2. Rubbing alcohol. Apply rubbing alcohol to the sticker and wait a few minutes before peeling away from the glass.
  3. Goo Gone. Goo Gone’s main purpose is removing stickers and sticker residue.
  4. Ice.
  5. WD-40.

How do you remove old vignette?

The best way is to use a ceramic hob scraper. It’s even easier if you warm the sticker first using a hairdryer. Any adhesive residues can be cleaned off with nail polish remover.

How can I get my car tax clamp removed?

It’s simple and it’s free – pop over to our car tax checker to get an update on your vehicle tax status. When a vehicle is clamped due to unpaid vehicle tax a sticker and leaflet should be left on your windscreen. The leaflet is an INF32 and it gives details fo the telephone number to call to have the wheel clamp removed.

What’s the best way to remove a sticker from a car?

Place your blow dryer on a moderate heat setting and allow the hot air to blow over the surface of the sticker. Doing this causes the glue residue to gradually melt and loosen from the surface of the car. If you have a bigger vinyl decal, then using a pressure washer with hot water is another way to apply heat over a larger surface.

Where to put the Malaysia road tax sticker?

Get the Malaysia Road Tax sticker ready on the clean workplace. Now the transparent plastic protection is covering the Malaysia Road Tax Sticker. **Now we are ready to put the sticker on the car windscreen.

What does it mean to use an untaxed vehicle?

Vehicle Excise Duty (Immobilisation, Removal and Disposal of Vehicles) Regulations 1997. Using an untaxed vehicle on a public road with a SORN in force. ‘Using’ offence identified from ‘on-road’ sighting. An out of court settlement (OCS) letter issued.