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Road Tax is Changing – Act Now & Save up to £400

The rules regarding Vehicle Excise Duty (Road Tax) are changing from April 1st 2017. Act now to save up to £400.


What changes are being made?


Currently road tax is calculated based on the level of CO2 emissions your car emits. From April 1st, road tax will be a flat rate of £140 for all vehicles regardless of the CO2 emissions levels, with an additional surcharge of £310 for vehicles worth over £40,000. First year rate tax will continue to be calculated by CO2 emissions.


How will this impact me? 


Road tax is paid out annually, and these changes will come into effect for each and every car registered after 1st April 2017. There is still time to beat this road tax rise by ordering your new vehicle now, and registering it before the April 1st deadline. View our New Cars section to see the latest deals.


What models will be affected and by how much? 


Every manufacturer will be affected by this road tax increase. Rates are calculated based on a car’s CO2 emissions. A full table explaining the changes model by model can be found below:


2017 VED Rate Comparison – Click to Enlarge

Toyota VED Changes