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Where Does Vehicle Tax Go?

Where does our road tax go? We investigate...
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Vehicle tax, or 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.

Everything you need to know about Vehicle Excise Duty

Need to know more about the new vehicle excise duty or car tax prices? We cover everything here to make sure you know what has changed
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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. The 2015 budget announcement stated that all funds raised through VED will be used in the upkeep of Britain's road network by 2020. This Vehicle Excise Duty is collected by The DVLA who govern Britains road users.
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