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Old 04-03-2017, 09:31 AM   #1
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what does it mean for us guys, more layout !
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Old 04-03-2017, 10:02 AM   #2
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I've been wondering too

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i thought it just effects new cars, the ones that don't pay any road tax at the minute....
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I've read a few people sounding extremely upset about their renewal prices on my fb feed. But I've not looked into it properly

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New cars from 1/4/17 only! all others stay no change.

It's a different way of car tax, only battery cars pay no tax for life, then each petrol/diesel engines are put in groups like before and pay different levels of tax in the 1st year on the road then very car from 2nd year onwards pays 140!
But if your car cost 40k + then it gets a extra 300 on top of the 140 for each and every year.

So a 1 litre car will pay the same as a 3.0 car then becomes a year old (so long as it was under 40k new).

It does not seen to be a fair system to me!
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New cars from 1/4/17 only! all others stay no change.

It's a different way of car tax, only battery cars pay no tax for life, then each petrol/diesel engines are put in groups like before and pay different levels of tax in the 1st year on the road then very car from 2nd year onwards pays 140!
But if your car cost 40k + then it gets a extra 300 on top of the 140 for each and every year.

So a 1 litre car will pay the same as a 3.0 car then becomes a year old (so long as it was under 40k new).

It does not seen to be a fair system to me!
That is some bullshit

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Old 14-03-2017, 09:32 AM   #7
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so is the answer buy nearly new ?
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