How long will it take for my order to arrive?
All UK orders placed before midnight on December 20th will be dispatched in time for Christmas.
We dispatch orders within 14 days from receipt of order. If you have other requirements, please add a note within the comments box at the time of ordering (or send an email to mail@britishtaxdiscs.co.uk) and we’ll do our very best to meet your requirements.

Do all your tax discs show a December expiry month?
Yes they do. As we print our reproduction tax discs using original artwork and printing techniques (plates & inks, definitely no computer scans), holding stock for 70 years (1921-1992) times twelve months is prohibitive. That said, depending on the year, the tax disc can show a duration period of either 3, 4, 6 or 12 months (with the corresponding rate of duty shown) so often a December expiry month can align with the original date of vehicle registration.

What is an 'aged' tax disc?
We can provide our replica tax discs with either a new or aged appearance. New tax discs look as if they have just been issued, with bright white paper, bright colours and are completed using black ink, whereas aged tax discs have been tinted and are completed using brown ink. We think aged tax discs look best on vehicles that are not in pristine show condition. Click here to see the difference.

Are your British tax discs perforated?
Depending on the year, yes they are. There were two periods between 1921 & 1992 when they weren’t so we will make sure that your replica tax disc is correctly perforated.

I’m not sure about the RAC horsepower (HP) rating or the engine capacity (CC’s)
Don’t worry. We have some great reference books that will help so providing you know the make and model of your vehicle; we can diagnose it.

Can I speak to someone?
Of course! Click here to see our contact details. If we are away from the office, simply leave a message and we will return your call you as soon as possible.

Can I display my tax disc all the time?

What are you going to do with my personal information?
Treat it with the greatest of respect - please see our privacy policy.