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Buy your new car now to save thousands of pounds ahead of excise hike

Published on Saturday 18th of March 2017 07:00:32 AM in Guardian

A radical overhaul of car tax rates comes into force on 1 April, and means anyone about to buy a new car – and particularly an expensive low-emissions vehicle – should consider bringing forward their purchase if possible.The complicated changes to vehicle excise duty, set in ...

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