New car tax bands set to bite from April - and if you bought a 17-plate car you could pay far more than before



Motorists who bought a brand new car from last April onwards are about to have to tackle confusing car tax rates that will pull many popular motors into paying more.
From April, second year of ownership rules will kick in that move car tax into three bands - and only those that have zero emissions will avoid paying the £140 annual charge imposed on all petrol and diesel cars, or £130 on all hybrids.
Previously, all greener cars that emitted less than 100g/km of CO2 paid no car tax. 
Meanwhile, anyone who bought a car costing more than £40,000 - even if it is a pure electric vehicle - will... read more

 
13 February 2018 in Business, Views: 40
Source: Daily Mail
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