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Vehicle tax rate
Vehicles registered on or after 1 April 2017
For any vehicle first registered on or after 1 April 2017, the amount you pay for the first 12 months is based on CO2 emissions.
|Petrol (TC48) and diesel cars (TC49)||Alternative fuel cars (TC59)|
|1 - 50||£10||£0|
|76 - 90||£100||£90|
|91 - 100||£120||£110|
|101 - 110||£140||£130|
|111 - 130||£160||£150|
|131 - 150||£200||£190|
|151 - 170||£500||£490|
|171 - 190||£800||£790|
|191 - 225||£1,200||£1,190|
|226 - 255||£1,700||£1,690|
After that, the amount you pay each year depends on the type of fuel the vehicle uses.
|Alternative fuel||Petrol or diesel|
New vehicles costing more than £40,000
The first time you tax your vehicle on or after 1 April 2017 with a list price (the published price before any discounts) of more than £40,000, you’ll pay the rate based on CO2 emissions.
After the first 12 months, you’ll pay a rate based on the fuel the vehicle uses and an additional rate of £310 per year for the next 5 years.
|Standard annual rate||Additional rate||Total annual payment|
|Petrol or diesel||£140||£310||£450|
After 5 years, you’ll pay the standard annual rate depending on what fuel your vehicle uses.