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Road tax increase 2017

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Grindelwaldswand Sun 15-Jan-17 20:35:58

http://www.theladbible.com/now/cars-the-new-car-tax-rules-mean-we-could-be-paying-more-for-it-20170115
Excuse the "ladbible" like DP sent me BUT these new charges mean we will struggle to own a car which is a necessity for work for us !! Surely we won't be the only one's to suffer ? The government are greedy fucker's for doing this angry

Grindelwaldswand Sun 15-Jan-17 20:37:10

www.theladbible.com/now/cars-the-new-car-tax-rules-mean-we-could-be-paying-more-for-it-20170115
Link doesn't appear to be working

Sugarlightly Sun 15-Jan-17 20:43:02

I'm not 100% sure but it says there that you aren't likely to be affected unless you are registering a new car after April 1st.

mlr1uk Sun 15-Jan-17 20:44:13

I read this last week. It's only brand new cars registered this year. Otherwise your car tax will stay as it currently is

Rainmaker1 Sun 15-Jan-17 21:00:03

As said by PP it only affects new cars and the majority will be going from none/low tax to £140/year. £140/year is such a small percentage of the overall cost of car ownership that it really shouldn't be any concern. In addition, if you can afford a brand new car then you can afford to pay £140/year to tax it. If you can't afford £140/year then you have now business owning a car.

Rosieposy4 Sun 15-Jan-17 21:06:01

It is probably better if you read your own link before frothing. As others have said it only effects new cars first registered on or after 1/4/17.
If the difference between 20 and 140 pounds a year is a deal breaker then buy a second or third or fourth hand car like most of us.

Reality16 Sun 15-Jan-17 21:07:23

Tbh it's more or less just going back to what it was not so long ago. The zero tax thin was just another political sweetener

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