road tax


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road tax

a tax paid, usually annually, on motor vehicles in use on the roads
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According to the Cyprus News Agency, by Tuesday lunchtime the owners of close to 500,000 vehicles had paid their road tax with the state pocketing around e1/458.
AA spokesman Jack Cousens said: "More than three years on from the changes to road tax, it seems drivers are still unsure of the process.
It's not road tax, it's vehicle tax, and it's not a permit to use the roads, but I suspect the likes of J Miller will ignore this (go on, search the internet to verify what I've written).
Owners of Band A vehicles, with CO2 emissions of up to 100 g/km, are entitled to a nil rate road tax.
He added that the road tax applied to agricultural transport vehicles does not exceed 16 dinars for trucks whose load is less than or equal to 1 tonne and 32 dinars for trucks whose load is less or equal to 2 tonnes.
Because governments of all ilks have raided the road tax funds over the last 60 years or so for their nefarious schemes, we have second-rate roads and narrow bridges to contend with.
Gemmarella Leanne Goode said: "With risk of getting somebody annoyed, why do we have to pay road tax for the cyclists to get priority?
Disabled motorists do not pay VED: are they road tax dodgers?
WHEN we pay our road tax we accept and expect it to be spent on keeping our roads in a good and safe state.
14 -- The charges levied as road tax is right now varied across different states and it has been reported that the Centre has suggested that states levy one-time road tax of 6 per cent on the sale price on cars and two-wheelers, a proposal aimed at rationalisation of motor vehicle taxes across the country.
Comment OF The dAY AM I the only person outraged by the ridiculous road tax rules?
The Delhi government on Monday announced an increase in road tax on twoand four- wheelers to generate additional revenue for the Commonwealth Games and to " discourage people from using private vehicles".