Bespoke JPGs for promoting iPayRoadTax campaign

iPayRoadTax John's Bikes bespoke fake tax disc

Rather sweetly, John’s Bikes of Bath love the iPayRoadTax concept and will be attempting to drum up some news coverage. Want your own bespoke fake tax disc for PR reasons? Get in touch via the contacts pull-down menu above.

A bespoke fake tax disc graphic will be sent to you as a JPG as well as printed on ‘Toughprint’ waterproof paper. This will NOT be same size as an actual VED tax disc, for obvious reasons.

And, in other news, it can be confirmed that the Coolmax jerseys will now feature the £0 Bicycle Excise Duty graphic and not the one shown in the iPayRoadTax shop.

  • Anonymous

    The 1936 you mean? It’s possible to use either ’36 or ’37 because the winding down of the ‘road fund’ wasn’t instant. In fact, it started in 1926 and was gradually killed off. It limped on until the 1950s before the monies were fully absorbed into the Consolidated Fund, ie treasury coffers.

  • Anonymous

    Shame the date on the graphic is wrong..

  • http://twitter.com/weirdbeardmt Matt Thornton

    Shame the date on the graphic is wrong..

  • http://www.quickrelease.tv carltonreid

    The 1936 you mean? It’s possible to use either ’36 or ’37 because the winding down of the ‘road fund’ wasn’t instant. In fact, it started in 1926 and was gradually killed off. It limped on until the 1950s before the monies were fully absorbed into the Consolidated Fund, ie treasury coffers.

  • Overmonnow

    shouldn’t it be 31st august?

  • http://www.quickrelease.tv carltonreid

    30th August is…my birthday.