It’s time to think seriously about where motor tax is going

We need a gradual and realistic change in the taxation system, shared with us ahead of time to allow us to plan for it

19th May, 2019
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I really don’t envy our government. In fairness, every government has to deal with a never-ending list of “challenges” that makes me question why anyone would want to get into politics in the first place and wilfully put their head on the chopping block.

Today, though, I am specifically referring to the unenviable task facing the government to adapt motor taxation to the quickly changing car scene. It needs to ensure...

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