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While I mostly agree such as variety of VED on cars
Those who have not paid their tax will be spotted on automatic number plate recognition cameras or by police checking VED data information.
The decrease from its previous level of 124g/km means the annual VED road tax rate falls to GBP35 instead of GBP120.
The committee was looking at the whole question of VED following the announcement in this year's Budget that VED rates were to rise for existing cars with higher emissions registered since 2001.
But a Treasury spokesman said: "We have repeatedly said that under the new VED bands a majority of motorists will either pay less or the same in real terms.
These cars, which move from the current band F to the new bands L or M, will see their VED jump from pounds 210 to a minimum of pounds 415 from next year, which is bound to hit resale prices.
is calling on Britain's chancellor of the exchequer to cut vehicle excise duty (VED) on the most fuel-efficient cars to zero, and phase in "substantial" increases in VED on less fuel-efficient models, increasing from the current maximum of 165 pounds (approximately $300) to 800 pounds (approximately $1,446) per year by 2008.
Running scared, Gordon Brown slashed VED on heavy goods vehicles (HGVs), reduced road fuel duties, and has not dared to raise them since (they may go up by a small amount this autumn, but possibly may not).
While everyone has been fretting over the latest VED and car tax changes, this enterprising manufacturer was formulating a master plan.
Most adult cyclists also own a car (I am one of those cyclists), so pay something called VED (Vehicle Excise Duty).
George Osborne said the current system of discounting or waiving vehicle excise duty (VED) for greener vehicles "isn't sustainable and it isn't fair", as he explained that by 2017 over three-quarters of new cars would be certified as low-emissions vehicles and therefore not liable for VED.
The RAC said that under current regulations visiting non-UK cars must be registered with the DVLA once they have been in the UK for six months when they must pay a PS55 first registration fee, ensure they have paid VED, obtain an MOT if the vehicle is over three years old and in some instances pay VAT.