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Annual road fund tax renewal

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Post by burlingtonboaby Wed Jan 11, 2023 1:45 pm

Renewal arrived this morning £295 for 12 months, thankfully our wee car is £0 ,takes the sting out of the cost.
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Post by Bilbobaggins Wed Jan 11, 2023 2:46 pm

Same here Boaby. Reminder arrived today.

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Post by Crashman Wed Jan 18, 2023 8:06 pm

£295 isn't so bad for a Warwick when I paid £290 last year for my little 1.2 litre Corsavan. If it was the car version (which to all intents and purposes it is identical to) I'd be paying £30.
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Post by phillips Fri Feb 03, 2023 7:11 pm

Hi all, our road tax is free, as our car is a 1936 Austin seven. but we tow it a lot with our clubman.
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Post by Suppersready Fri Feb 03, 2023 8:57 pm

phillips wrote:Hi all, our road tax is free, as our car is a 1936 Austin seven. but we tow it a lot with our clubman.

Fond memories of travelling as a lad in my fathers 7, he progressed to a ten and then I think a 12 … was there a 12 ?

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Post by phillips Sun Feb 05, 2023 4:07 pm

Hi, yes there was, A 12/ then A 12/6 lovely strong Austin's we had a 12, a number of years back, it was like driving your settee. Stuart
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Post by FreelanderUK Sun Feb 05, 2023 4:12 pm

The WXL is due soon but it’s only £165 as I up plated the weight, the smart car we tow is £0’s , when the WXL has to be renewed I am going to put the wife’s disability tax on it so it will be £0’s for both of them 👍

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Post by Beetee Thu Feb 09, 2023 1:32 pm

Beware a scam email that I receive this morning telling me that my vehicle was no longer taxed.  Had me panicking briefly although I hadn't received any letter and I mark all renewal dates on the calendar.   Now reported.
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Post by groundhog Wed Feb 15, 2023 9:06 pm

Don't know why road tax isn't just scrapped in this country and an extra few pence on fuel.... oh wait yes I do! shrugg
How can there be any logic I pay £160 or whatever it is for an HGV motorhome which is used regularly and £485 for a sports car which does less than 500 miles a year?
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Post by Suppersready Wed Feb 15, 2023 9:41 pm

groundhog wrote:Don't know why road tax isn't just scrapped in this country and an extra few pence on fuel.... oh wait yes I do! shrugg
How can there be any logic I pay £160 or whatever it is for an HGV motorhome which is used regularly and £485 for a sports car which does less than 500 miles a year?

Ditto … And how can my motorhome Michelin tyres cost roughly the same as the Michelin tyres for my sports car which are considerably larger shrugg

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