SORN: What does it mean?

SORN stands for . If you want to take your car off the road for a while and you don’t want to pay road tax or insurance, you must apply for a SORN. The car must be kept on private property though. If you want to keep it on a public road, it would have to be taxed and insured.

SORN: The long answer

SORN stands for Statutory Off Road Notification. In the UK, SORN is a legal requirement for vehicles that are not being used or kept on public roads.

When a vehicle is declared SORN, it means that it is not required to have road tax or insurance, as long as it is not driven on public roads. This is commonly done when a vehicle is kept in a garage, on private property, or undergoing repairs.

It is important for UK drivers to be aware of SORN regulations to avoid penalties or fines for non-compliance.