Car rates

Car tax 2022: how much you will pay will increase

Excise duty on vehicles, also known as the car tax, will increase next spring. In October, Chancellor Rishi Sunak unveiled his fall budget plans in a speech in the House of Commons, including a planned increase in excise duties on vehicles.

The increase in the excise tax on vehicles – also known as the car tax – will take effect from April 2022.

The amount of your automobile tax increase depends on the emissions produced by your vehicle; the more emissions your car produces, the more you will pay.

The fall budget said the VED would rise based on the retail price index which is typically used as a measure of inflation.

Here is the full list of car tax changes for 2022.

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So how much will your car tax increase in April 2022?

Bands and rates of excise duty on vehicles for cars first registered on or after April 1, 2017

If your vehicle produces CO2 emissions of 0g per km, your VED will remain at 0.

If your vehicle produces CO2 emissions between 1 and 50g per km, your standard fare will drop from £ 155 to £ 165, while your first year fare will remain at £ 10.

If your vehicle produces CO2 emissions between 51 and 75g per km, your standard fare will drop from £ 155 to £ 165, while your first year fare will remain at £ 25.

If your vehicle produces CO2 emissions of between 76 and 90g per km, your standard fare will drop from £ 155 to £ 165, while your fare for the first year will drop from £ 115 to £ 120.

If your vehicle produces CO2 emissions of between 91 and 100g per km, your standard fare will drop from £ 155 to £ 165, while your fare for the first year will drop from £ 140 to £ 150.

If your vehicle produces CO2 emissions between 101 and 110g per km, your standard fare will drop from £ 155 to £ 165, while your fare for the first year will drop from £ 160 to £ 170.

If your vehicle produces CO2 emissions between 111 and 130g per km, your standard fare will drop from £ 155 to £ 165, while your fare for the first year will drop from £ 180 to £ 190.

If your vehicle produces CO2 emissions of between 131 and 150g per km, your standard fare will drop from £ 155 to £ 165, while your fare for the first year will drop from £ 220 to £ 230.

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If your vehicle produces CO2 emissions of between 151 and 170g per km, your standard fare will drop from £ 155 to £ 165, while your fare for the first year will drop from £ 555 to £ 585.

If your vehicle produces CO2 emissions of between 171 and 190g per km, your standard fare will drop from £ 155 to £ 165, while your fare for the first year will drop from £ 895 to £ 945.

If your vehicle produces CO2 emissions between 191 and 225g per km, your standard fare will drop from £ 155 to £ 165, while your fare for the first year will drop from £ 1345 to £ 1420.

If your vehicle produces CO2 emissions between 226 and 255g per km, your standard fare will drop from £ 155 to £ 165, while your fare for the first year will drop from £ 1,910 in 2015.

If your vehicle produces CO2 emissions above 255g per km, your standard fare will drop from £ 155 to £ 165, while your fare for the first year will drop from £ 2,245 to £ 2,365.

Bands and rates of excise duty on vehicles for cars registered on or after March 1, 2001

For band A cars, your VED will remain the same at 0.

For Band B cars your standard fare will remain the same at £ 20.

For C-band cars your standard fare will remain the same at £ 30.

For D-band cars, your standard fare will drop from £ 130 to £ 135.

For E-band cars, your standard fare will drop from £ 155 to £ 165.

For F-band cars, your standard fare will drop from £ 170 to £ 180.

For G-band cars, your standard fare will drop from £ 210 to £ 220.

For H-band cars, your standard fare will drop from £ 250 to £ 265.

For Band I cars, your standard fare will drop from £ 275 to £ 290.

For J-band cars, your standard fare will drop from £ 315 to £ 330.

For K-band cars, your standard fare will drop from £ 340 to £ 360.

For L-band cars, your standard fare will drop from £ 585 to £ 615.

For M-band cars, your standard fare will drop from £ 600 to £ 630.