Drivers of petrol and diesel cars to be penalised under new car tax rules
Drivers in the UK with either petrol or diesel cars have been warned they are set to be penalised, as tax rates are due to rise later this year.
As of April 1, 2022, Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) rates are set to rise for everyone - but Sean Kemple, spokesperson for Close Brothers Motor Finance, has warned that petrol and diesel owners will be more affected based solely on the 'type of vehicle they are purchasing'.
It has also been revealed that drivers owning models which produce a lot of air pollution are set to be the most affected by the tax increase - reports Manchester Evening News.
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