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How to Calculate Your Car Tax

Jack Dreyer | Thursday 10th November 2022 4:00pm

Old UK Tax discs placed on top of an Apple Magic Keyboard.

Unless your vehicle is over 40 years old, or you drive an electric car, youíll need to pay road tax. Read on to learn how much you will have to pay.

SORN your car: everything you need to know

Jack Dreyer | Tuesday 16th August 2022 10:00am

Blog banner image, yellow car parked on the street in front of a typical London street.

If youíre thinking about saving some cash by declaring your car SORN, there are some considerations you need to be aware of. Read on to find out.

How to Check Whether Your Car is Taxed

Jack Dreyer | Wednesday 3rd August 2022 8:00am

The words 'Vehicle Tax' are written on the road as markings while a white car drives over them in the top left corner.

Knowing when your road tax is due and whether itís already been paid is crucial to stay on the right side of UK law. Find out how to check your car tax today.

What Is The Vehicle Excise Duty Increase?

Jack Dreyer | Wednesday 13th July 2022 8:00am

Car keys on a table with coins

Vehicle Excise Duty or VED is another name for car tax - something we almost all have to pay. This year the cost has risen - find out more on why in our blog.




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