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tax disc

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Definition of tax disc in English:

noun

British
A circular label displayed on the windscreen of a motor vehicle, certifying payment of road tax.
Example sentences
  • And if you were caught without having a current tax disc decorating your windscreen, the Borough Council web site will enable you to make atonement for your sin to the tune of E60.
  • Charges of using a fraudulent tax disc, fraudulent registration mark, no test certificate and no insurance on the same date were also included.
  • Basically, I bought a stolen tax disc and a stolen MoT certificate, put them in my vehicle, got stopped by the police and then produced them.

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