TV licence inspector calling . . . to your car

Cars, SUVs and motorhomes now legally require a TV licence if an electronic gadget capable of getting a television signal is used in them, according to the government.

9th August, 2008

Cars, SUVs and motorhomes now legally require a TV licence if an electronic gadget capable of getting a television signal is used in them, according to the government.

The market for in-car DVD players and devices capable of picking up children’s TV programmes grew by more than 30 per cent in Europe last year.

The Department of Communications said that laptops and home computers also require the €160 TV licence if they are used...

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