Car tax

Car tax

What is Vehicle Excise Duty

Vehicle Excise Duty - also known as Road Tax can be confusing, we go into the detail...
Everything you need to know about Vehicle Excise Duty
Vehicle Excise Duty or VED is commonly referred to as Road Tax. A tax levied by the government to drivers which bring the UK government £730 million every year in revenue. Vehicle Excise Duty is collected by the DVLA, the government department that governs drivers on UK roads.

The ultimate guide to Company Car Tax

Everything you need to know about Company Car Tax...
The ultimate guide to company car tax
If you're considering getting a company car then it's likely you've come across the term Company Car Tax more than once. Company Car Tax is something that can be quite complicated. In this article we talk about the rules and regulations behind it, including how it's calculated and we go into some of the things you'll really want to know including how driving an electric company car may benefit you between 2020 and 2023.

Where does Vehicle Tax go?

Where does our road tax go? We investigate...
Vehicle tax (car tax) or Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) is something that we all have to pay if we want to drive our cars. The same way you have to pay company car tax if you want to drive a company car.  Like it or loathe it, it’s a necessary part of driving and living here in the UK. But, where does vehicle tax actually go? In this article, we explore where our vehicle tax goes and what exactly it pays for.
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