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PostPosted: Tue Mar 28, 2017 2:02 pm 
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Good summary of the higher Ved rates for new cars from 1st April may make some people think about trading in and what car to switch to
http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/cars ... anges.html


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 28, 2017 6:22 pm 
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Good summary of the higher Ved rates for new cars from 1st April may make some people think about trading in and what car to switch to
http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/cars ... anges.html

Always the way with the.government, push people in a direction as it's good for environment re emissions etc... then when it's popular tax the hell out of it.

They'll be hiking diesels next to try and force everyone out of them as they got it so wrong.

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When the Gov.Con introduced the lower rates for "low" emissions cars they just didn't realise how many people would go with super low emission cars.

The result being that the money raised by VED fell through the floor. So now they have to do something to raise more money.

b*llox to that, I'll keep my 1999 2.0L HDI thankyou...

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When the Gov.Con introduced the lower rates for "low" emissions cars they just didn't realise how many people would go with super low emission cars.

The result being that the money raised by VED fell through the floor. So now they have to do something to raise more money.

b*llox to that, I'll keep my 1999 2.0L HDI thankyou...


The nice thing about that, is that it's costing you nearly nothing in depreciation and VAT on a new car etc. OK, you're paying VAT on fuel and parts etc. And VED of course. But your money is adding the absolute minimum to the government coffers. :thumbright:


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