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Car tax changes: Some drivers to pay over £100 extra in VED rates from tomorrow

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How to avoid tax increases

To truly avoid the tax rates drivers should consider purchasing an electric car who are yet to be affected by VED rates.

However, electric models will see their first major tax rise in April when benefit in kind rates for company car owners rise from zero to one percent.

Experts at Evans Halshaw have urged prospective buyers to not be “put off” by the added car tax increase.

However, those who may be concerned about the new charges are urged to look at pre-owned models where tax rates will be lower.



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