In 2014 it was announced that by the end of the year the car tax disc system would be completely digital. UK residents would no longer be required to display paper tax discs in their car windscreens. The tax disc system was first introduced in 1921, and it isn’t really surprising that a digital solution has finally been enforced.
However, the removing of the tax disc at the end of last year meant the removing of the tax disc holder, a popular and effective advertising space that has been in existence for several decades.
All is not lost, however. Many promotional companies are retaining this great advertising space with the use of permit holders. Parking permits are required in a number of locations, both residential and public. Some heritage organisations require you to display your permit when visiting their sites to show that you are a member and therefore have prepaid for your parking