I was fined £100 for not insuring my motorhome but it's stored on my own property and not driven. Is this fair?



I have received a £100 fine for not having insurance on a motorhome I'm currently not using.
I've been storing the vehicle on my property, in an off-road parking space with no intention to drive it for six months.
When the tax ran out I failed to declare it as SORN, though I have not driven it and do not intend to use it without tax and insurance.
I understood that human rights give you the right to enjoy your property without harassment, so why am I being fined for keeping a vehicle on my own land? JS
Rob Hull of This is Money, replies: I'm afraid the fine you've received is fully... read more

 
13 October 2016 in Business, Views: 30
Source: Daily Mail
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