A NUMBER of big changes for drivers will be coming into force from tomorrow as the new tax year begins. From a rise in car tax to a clampdown on pollution, drivers should be aware of a number of new measures – some of which could hit your bank balance. Here are nine things for drivers to look out for from tomorrow: Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) Vehicle Excise Duty (VED), known more commonly as car tax, is rising from tomorrow (April 1). It normally increases each year with inflation, and this year is no different. What you pay depends on how much CO2 your car pumps out. If your car was registered on or after April 1 2017, you will have to pay the following for the first 12 months: You won't have to pay anything if your car emits no CO2 £10 if your car emits 1-50 grams per kilometre of CO2 (the same tax rate as last year). £25 if your car emits 51-75 grams per kilometre of CO2 (the same tax rate as last year £115 if your car emits 76-90 grams per kilometre of CO2 (£5 extra than last year) £140 if your car emits 91-100… Read full this story
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