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Autumn Statement: Electric cars to lose vehicle tax exemption

Mark Moran
17 November 2022
Jeremy Hunt
The Autumn Statement
The Autumn Statement

 

Electric cars will no longer be exempt from vehicle excise duty from April 2025, the Chancellor of the Exchequer announced.

Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) is a tax levied on vehicles on UK roads. There are different rates depending on the vehicle, and pure-electric cars are currently exempt. At present, EVs are exempt. Electric cars registered from April 2025 will pay the lowest rate of £10 in the first year (which currently applies to vehicles with CO2 emissions 1 to 50g/km), then move to the...

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