When the UK government imposed the lockdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic, we witnessed a surge in Statutory Off-Road Notification (SORN) applications. The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) acquired around 544,887 SORN requests between 23 March and 19 April 2020. It was a bump of 116% as compared to the previous year. The reason for the surge in SORN applications was simple; motorists did not want to pay the tax and insurance for vehicles they could not use. However, things have changed now as the authorities are easing restrictions in some parts of the country. Gyms, libraries, theme parks, pubs, holiday accommodations, and places of worship now reopened. Those who applied to SORN a vehicle want to know how to unSORN a car.
Buying a motorbike is not very different from buying a car; the purchasing process requires the same kind of care and diligence. According to a report, 1 in 5 motorcycles in the UK has some sort of hidden history. It means it may have outstanding finance, stolen/damaged past, or secret identity. We are sure you do not want to buy a motorcycle that is stolen or has a hidden history. So, what should you do? Take a free motorbike check today!