Budget 2017: What does the diesel change mean?

Budget 2017: What does the diesel change mean?
 

The sale of new diesel cars that do not meet latest emissions standards will face a tax increase in April.
It will apply to all diesels that do not meet the Real Driving Emissions Step 2 standards on emissions.
According to experts this means that most new diesels would be subject to a rise.
Philip Hammond said the diesel tax change would apply only to cars, and "white van man" was unaffected.
The chancellor said: "Drivers buying a new car will be able to avoid this charge as soon as manufacturers bring forward the next-generation cleaner diesels that we all want to see.
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22 November 2017 in Business, Views: 46
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