SWEEPING changes to vehicle taxing will see the end of paper discs in October. Here's your WAB Guide on what will change.

From October 1, the traditional paper tax disc - first issued on January 1, 1921 - will no longer be sent out or be required to be visible on your vehicle in a bid to reduce administration costs.

From November 1, drivers will be able to pay their vehicle tax online on an annual, six-monthly or monthly basis.

The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) holds a digital record of taxed and untaxed vehicles, although it will continue to notify drivers when the tax is up for renewal.

Motorists with any remaining months left on their discs from October can either remove the disc from their vehicle or display it until it expires.

When a vehicle is sold to a new owner, the vehicle's tax will no longer be transferable and will end when it's sold. The new keeper will need to get the vehicle taxed immediately before the vehicle can be used.

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