Video:Goodbye To The Tax Disc
Aug18

Video:Goodbye To The Tax Disc

The regulations for vehicle excise duty are changing on 1st October 2014.

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Government Vehicle Enquiry Is Actually Quite Useful
May12

Government Vehicle Enquiry Is Actually Quite Useful

The Government Vehicle Enquiry is a useful tool for confirming your worst fears when you suddenly realise you may have forgotten to tax your car.

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Budget 2014 – What’ll It Cost You?
Mar20

Budget 2014 – What’ll It Cost You?

Another March, another budget, another mauling for the motorist?

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VED Bands 2013/2014

The Chancellor’s 2013 Budget gives car owners little to be happy about but on the bright side it could have been worse.

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VED Bands 2011/2012

How much will you be paying on your car tax, or Vehicle Excise Duty (VED), in 2011/2012? That depends on how much carbon dioxide your car emits and where that places it in the VED Bands for 2011. The latest rates for 2013/2014 can be found here. VED Bands Explained Last year the VED Bands were overhauled. More bands were introduced, up from seven to thirteen, and a new first year rate was introduced for new cars (dubbed the...

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Pre-Budget Report Cuts Taxes – For Everyone Except Motorists
Nov24

Pre-Budget Report Cuts Taxes – For Everyone Except Motorists

So, the Chancellor has decided to cut VAT from 17.5% to 15%. Great, that means everything to do with motoring will be a bit cheaper … right? Wrong! The sneaky blaggard is raising fuel duty by 2 pence per litre, effective from December 1st, to cover the decrease in VAT. While the VAT decrease is temporary and goes back up to 17.5% in January 2010, will this increase in fuel duty be removed at the same time? Of course it...

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