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    VXR Adam"san" w20adm's Avatar
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    W20 ADM's led Lighting shop, see link below for details
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    Who’s other half is doing the decals ???


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    About £26-£28/month lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tye_time View Post
    Unfortunately yes...

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    Wrong - nothing to do with the age of the cars - my mk2 Astra is cheap and so is my MK2 cav

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    "Whats the tax like on these" ****

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    Quote Originally Posted by COSWORTH View Post
    Wrong - nothing to do with the age of the cars - my mk2 Astra is cheap and so is my MK2 cav
    Correct!
    Each type of car has a tax rate assigned when new, inflationary allowances are added each year and are only in the region of 2-5%. In reality, the current inflation cost to households living costs are higher.
    Cars need to remain in their own respective tax rates so that policy changes don't give drivers unfair penalties or advantages. For example, if you changed them, a car that was previously free would now be £140!
    SAVE THE VXR AND STOP BUYING SUV TOSH!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vxrmjp View Post
    Correct!
    Each type of car has a tax rate assigned when new, inflationary allowances are added each year and are only in the region of 2-5%. In reality, the current inflation cost to households living costs are higher.
    Cars need to remain in their own respective tax rates so that policy changes don't give drivers unfair penalties or advantages. For example, if you changed them, a car that was previously free would now be £140!
    People who had free tax for that spell would be gutted with a new car ......
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    I understand why it was changed, but it no longer gives any incentive to buy a low emissions car. I used to buy such cars as runabouts, no longer, I'm probably going to add a jaguar XE or mercedes c class instead, only £30 tax on pre April 2017 cars.
    SAVE THE VXR AND STOP BUYING SUV TOSH!

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