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Car tax increases – how are you affected?

Car tax rates have increased as of 1 April 2019. Owners will likely see a small increase, but those buying a new, highly polluting car, will need to pay £65 more in the first year.

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Why are UK car sales plummeting?

UK new car sales have nosedived. Even sales for September – the most crucial month of the year as new numberplates come in – were down a staggering 20.5% versus...

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How much do Britain’s bestselling cars cost to tax?

Car tax has become confusing. Changes to Vehicle Excise Duty (VED), including new charges for diesel cars in the budget, mean costs are increasing. We tell you how much it...

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Best cars to buy after 2017 tax change

Every new car bought from April 2017 will be subject to car tax – unless you go electric. So is it time to switch? We reveal the best electric cars...

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Car tax 2017: how much will you be paying?

On 1 April the government’s new rules on car tax will come into effect bringing with them sweeping changes that will affect anyone buying a new car. We look at which cars will become more expensive to own and which will get cheaper.

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