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Budget 2014: Road Tax rates for 2014/2015

Road Tax (VED) rates for cars registered after 2001

These are 2014/2015 rates of Vehicle Excise Duty (also known as car tax or road tax) as announced in Budget 2014.

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More on Road Tax what you'll will pay on your car here.

Comments

CHRISMX    on 19 March 2014

Although I try to keep up on most things the RPI is not something that I know enough about to instantly decide whether this will be good for Me / the motorist.

I do know that there have sometimes been large increases in the RPI when comparing 2 or 3 Years averages - it is calculated and published Monthly - I think from the Office for National Statistics [name may be wrong ?].

I believe that some Assured Tenancies Rent increases are calculated by following the RPI and a few Years ago I heard about some very large / unexpected increases for people that I knew for some Years in comparison to other increases calculated from association with the RPI in other Years.

I have doubts that our `Road Tax` will only be going up by about the £10.00 Yearly rises that most drivers have become used to.

Chris

Idamide    on 20 March 2014

Can someone tell me how the government justify increasing pensions and payouts (ie. money they pay out) by CPI, but increases to taxes (ie. money they collect in) by RPI, which is always more. Crooks the lot of them!

colinh    on 21 March 2014

Pensions are increased by the highest of:

*growth in average earnings

*prices increases

*2.5 per cent

Frank    on 20 March 2014

Does anyone know what happens after 1st October 2014 about car tax I know the disc stop being issued but do u still pay car tax without disc

skidpan    on 21 March 2014

The only difference is you will not get a disc. You will still have to pay your RFL as before.

lauralouise90    on 21 March 2014

Road tax always seems to be going up! I know £5/£10 isn't a huge increase but yearly it all adds up over the time you own your car. Laura @ Car Tyres

disalugioned motorist    on 25 March 2014

Do I have to pay ved on my 1973 Buick? I've just received the reminder asking for £225. I've read after the budget the free ved has been increased to 1974. I've tried ringing Dvla
(Joke) and my local post office is clueless. Your advice would be much appreciated.

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