The car tax, which will come into force in 2022, will be affected by new charges for both petrol and diesel drivers.
From this spring, motorists will be affected by an increase in the vehicle consumption tax (VED) – while new benefits in kind (BiK), changes and clean air zones will be introduced, which will result in additional charges for some road users.
Owners of the most polluting gasoline and diesel vehicles will pay more because of the changes, the Express Reports.
VED fees are expected to rise for almost all emission ranges, with those that cause more pollutants rising the most.
Here are the changes that will affect drivers in 2022:
Motor vehicle consumption tax (VED)
The VED, often referred to as the vehicle tax, rises with the retail price index for inflation in April.
Vehicles emitting zero grams of CO2 per kilometer are expected to continue to pay zero, while gasoline and most diesel-powered drivers (including hybrids) who emit between 1g and 50g per kilometer will pay £ 10 for the first 12 months.
Cars that emit between 51g and 5g per kilometer currently pay £ 25 for the first year.
For cars emitting between 76g and 150g CO2 per kilometer, their VED rates rose by £ 5 to £ 220 this year.
The more CO2 a car emits per kilometer, the more you’ll likely pay next year.
Typically worst hit are cars that emit more than 255g of CO2 per kilometer – these currently cost £ 2,245 a year in taxes – these then increase every April.
You can find out how much you are currently paying here.
The standard rate – the amount you pay after the second year – for cars registered on or after April 1, 2017 is currently £ 155 per year for all non-emission vehicles.
HM Revenue and Customs said the update would affect motorists who own a car, van, or motorcycle.
The increase in VED rates was in line with the RPI, which means that tariffs “remain unchanged in real terms for vehicle owners”.
Benefits in kind
Tariffs for those who rent a car under a wage waiver system will also be set for new fees in 2022.
BiK rates will increase by one to two percent for fully electric cars and those that produce between one and 50 g / km of pollutants and have an electric range of more than 130 miles.
For all other models, too, prices will rise by one percent regardless of the pollution level.
However, vehicles producing 156 to 169 g per km or over 170 g per km will not see any changes as the fees remain at 37 percent.
Clean air zones
Birmingham, Leeds, Newcastle and Manchester will be the last cities to post clean air charges.
Bradford’s fee does not apply to personal cars and motorcycles even if drivers use them for work.
Minibuses and LGVs like Vans pay £ 9 per day to use the zone while trucks pay £ 50.
Greater Manchester’s Clean Air Zone has a start date of May 30, 2022 to clean up the pollution.
The new fee will also not affect private cars, motorcycles and mopeds, but trucks, buses and taxis will be forced to pay from the start.
Vans and minibuses have a one-year grace period because charges for these vehicles do not start from June 2023.
Bradford Council commented on the change: “A Clean Air Zone (CAZ) is a defined area where specific measures are taken to improve air quality. By using a daily fee to enter the zone, the council will encourage affected vehicle owners to take into account upgrading their vehicles to compliant standards. “
All the money raised would be invested “in measures to improve the air quality in the district”.
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