3. vehicles without registration plates (in particular motorcycles). If a vehicle needs to be „hung up“ for any reason, an off-road notification (SORN) must be submitted to the DVLA to declare that the vehicle is away from the public road and does not return to them, unless the SORN is cancelled by the vehicle owner. Once a vehicle has been declared „SORN“, the legal obligation to insure it goes out, although many vehicle owners may wish to maintain coverage for loss or damage to the vehicle while it is off the road. A vehicle that must then be put back on the road must be subject to a new VED application and insured. Part of the VED application requires electronic control of the MID, which reinforces the legitimate presence of a vehicle on the road, both for VED and insurance purposes. It follows that the only circumstances in which a vehicle cannot have insurance are that it has a valid SORN; was exempt from SORN (not taxed on 31 October 1998 or before 31 October 1998 and has not had any tax or sornolière activity since); is recorded by police as „stolen and not found“; is between registered holders; or scrapped. In Britain, it is common for insurance customers to call their comprehensive insurance „Fully Comprehensive“ or commonly „Fully Comp“. This is a tautology, because the word „Complete“ means complete. Progressive Corporation launched Snapshot to give drivers a tailored insurance rate based on how, how many and when they drive.  Snapshot is currently available in 46 states as well as the District of Columbia. .