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Do motorcyclists deserve an apology from DVLA?

Mark Moran

In January the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee claimed in a well-publicised report that nearly 40% of motorcyclists were evading the payment of vehicle excise duty (VED).

The latest Department for Transport (DfT) report on VED estimates that a more believable 6.5% of motorcyclists evade VED.

David Taylor, chief executive of the Motor Cycle Industry Association (MCIA) said “The motorcycle industry has said for years that the methods of calculating VED evasion were deeply flawed,...

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