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Motorists warned by DVLA to pay car tax by April or face soaring costs as new system rolls out

MOTORS have been encouraged to pay their car taxes as soon as possible – before a new system comes into being.

The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) has warned car owners to pay upfront by April at the latest.

Drivers should pay immediately to avoid cost increase

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Vehicle excise tax (VED) will change in the upcoming spring budget on March 23.

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak will introduce changes in line with rising inflation.

According to a policy document from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), the increase is a “standard increase” in line with the Retail Price Index.

The new 2022 car taxFirst mentioned at the Fall 2021 Budget, pricing will vary and it all depends on the CO2 emissions your vehicle is generating.

The tax increase comes as the government ramps up efforts to reduce CO2 emissions in the UK.

With the promotion of electric cars to become the most popular means Nationally, it is not surprising that the tax will not apply to these vehicles because they do not produce any CO2.

All diesel, gasoline and other fuel-powered vehicles will comply with the new VED regulations and will incur additional costs.

Automotive experts Heycar told The Mirror: “The Prime Minister will announce a new road tax rate as part of the Spring budget.

“Some of these will be large and affect the cars produced that year, others will be a smaller adjustment designed to bring about an older tax system that is more inflation-friendly. broadcast.”

Drivers are being warned to pay now to avoid price increases.

Gov.uk states: “If you change the tax on March 25, you will have to pay the increased tax from March 1.”

New VED 2022/23 tax rates

  • 1g to 50g – £10
  • 51g to 75g – £25
  • 76g to 90g – £125
  • 91g to 100g – £150
  • 101g to 110g – £170
  • 111g to 130g – £190
  • 131 to 150g – £230
  • 151g to 170g – £585
  • 171g to 190g – £945
  • 191g to 225g – £1,420
  • 226g to 255g – £2,015
  • over 255g – £2,365

https://www.thesun.ie/motors/8438058/drivers-warned-car-tax-hikes/ Motorists warned by DVLA to pay car tax by April or face soaring costs as new system rolls out

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