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VED band

CO2 emissions (g/km)

Petrol VED £

Petrol total ‘On the road’ costs £

Diesel VED £

Diesel total ‘On the road’ costs £

A

Up to 100

0.00

560.25

0.00

560.25

B

101-110

0.00

560.25

0.00

560.25

C

111-120

0.00

560.25

0.00

560.25

D

121-130

0.00

560.25

0.00

560.25

E

131-140

110.00

670.25

110.00

670.25

F

141-150

125.00

685.25

125.00

685.25

G

151-165

155.00

715.25

155.00

715.25

H

166-175

250.00

810.25

250.00

810.25

I

176-185

300.00

860.25

300.00

860.25

J

186-200

425.00

985.25

425.00

985.25

K

201-225

550.00

1,110.25

550.00

1,110.25

L

226-255

750.00

1,310.25

750.00

1,310.25

M

Over 255

950.00

1,510.25

950.00

1,510.25

VED band ‘First year rate’

From 31 May 2010, anyone buying a new car will pay a ‘First year rate’ of VED for the first Road Fund Licence. The chart below shows the VED bands and the charges which are levied:

VED band ‘First year rate’

Vehicle Excise Duty (VED).

On 1 May 2009, there was a change to the Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) tax bands. Cars are taxed according to their CO2 emissions, in bands A to M.

All vehicles first registered on, or after, 23 March 2006 are subject to a new form of VED (Road Fund Licence). This new duty is based upon the type of fuel the vehicle uses and its carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions level, measured in grams per kilometre (g/km). To help you identify the duty you will pay, the DVLA has created thirteen categories for petrol engines and thirteen categories for diesel engines.

Increased weight of a vehicle, including higher trim levels and the addition of options will have a detrimental influence on the level of fuel consumption and CO2 emissions produced.

The CO2 and fuel consumption figures are obtained from tests on a representative vehicle of the type, conducted and approved in accordance with Council Directive 80/1268/EEC as amended by Directive 1999/100/EC (or later) on the approximation of the laws of the member states relating to the carbon dioxide emissions and the fuel consumption of motor vehicles.

Delivery to retailer £

410.00

Number plates £

20.00

VAT £

75.25

Vehicle first registration fee £

55.00

Total £

560.25

The total ‘On the road’ costs above include the applicable ‘First year rate’ VED charge plus the ‘On the road’ costs as detailed below:

Additional ‘On the road’ costs

VED band ‘Standard rate’

For the subsequent year’s VED (Road Fund Licence), vehicle owners will then pay the ‘Standard rate’ of VED as shown in the table below: VED band ‘Standard rate’

VE

D band

CO2 emissions (g/km)

Petrol VED £

A

Up to 100

0.00

B

101-110

20.00

C

111-120

30.00

D

121-130

90.00

E

131-140

110.00

F

141-150

125.00

G

151-165

155.00

H

166-175

180.00

I

176-185

200.00

J

186-200

235.00

K

201-225

245.00

L

226-255

425.00

M

Over 255

435.00

Diesel VED £ 0.00 20.00 30.00 90.00 110.00 125.00 155.00 180.00 200.00 235.00 245.00 425.00 435.00

Six months’ VED (Road Fund Licence) From 31 May 2010, six months’ Road Fund Licence will not be available for some vehicles at first registration. VED rate for bands A-D is zero and will not be eligible for a six-month Road Fund Licence at first registration. VED rate for bands E-G will be eligible for a six-month Road Fund Licence at first registration. VED rate for bands H-M will not be eligible for a six-month Road Fund Licence at first registration.

VED ‘First year rate’ refund Refunds on a vehicle’s Road Fund Licence in bands H-M will only be calculated on the basis of the ‘First year rate’ if the vehicle has been stolen, scrapped or moved into a tax class where no VED is payable (e.g. cars for the registered disabled).

If the refund is being applied for because the vehicle has been sold, exported or taken off the road, it will be calculated according to the ‘Standard rate’ of VED applicable to that vehicle.

Subsequent year’s VED (Road Fund Licence) Vehicles with a VED rate of £55 or above will be eligible for a six-month Road Fund Licence.

VAT is calculated at 17.5%.

Effective from 31 May 2010.

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