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Was surprised when I checked this, it applies to new vehicles. It may not be news for most of you but it was for me!
RDE1 at £1,850 for year 1 and RDE 2 at £1,305.
Year 2 to Year 5 £475
Year 6 on £150

Hope I've got it wrong :oops:


VED tax 2020/21 – Cars reg from April 2017
For cars registered from 01 April 2017, VED for the first 12 months is covered by a First Year Rate (FYR) which is directly linked to a car's CO2 emissions. New diesel cars registered from 01 April 2018 not meeting the real driving emissions step 2 (RDE2) standard for air quality (NOx) also have to pay a FYR supplement to the effect that these cars go up by one VED band.
Zero-emission cars are zero-rated for FYR, with ultra low emission vehicles (ULEVs) charged £10-£25 depending on emissions. In practice, because all ULEVs are currently Alternatively Fuelled Vehicles (AFVs) - which include conventional and plug-in hybrids, biofuels, CNG and LPG - ULEVs receive the £10 AFV discount on the FYR and Standard Rate.
Vehicle
CO2 emissions
First year rate
Inc. RDE2 diesel
2020-21
First year rate
Non-RDE2 diesel*
2020-21
Standard rate**
2020-21
Premium rate***
2020-21
12-month Vehicle Excise Duty rates for new cars registered from 01 April 2017
0 g/km£0£0£0£0
1-50 g/km£10£25£150£475
51-75 g/km£25£110£150£475
76-90 g/km£110£135£150£475
91-100 g/km£135£155£150£475
101-110 g/km£155£175£150£475
111-130 g/km£175£215£150£475
131-150 g/km£215£540£150£475
151-170 g/km£540£870£150£475
171-190 g/km£870£1305£150£475
191-225 g/km£1305£1850£150£475
226-255 g/km£1850£2175£150£475
Over 255 g/km£2175£2175£150£475
* Rate applies to diesel vehicles registered from 01 April 2018 that do not meet the RDE2 standard.
** Standard rate applies from year two onwards to cars with a list price up to but not including £40,000.
*** Premium rate applies from year two to year six to cars with a list price of £40,000 or more except zero-emission models.
Sources: Budget 2020, DVLA 2020.
After year one, cars are categorised as: Zero-Emission, Standard, or Premium. Other than Zero-Emission cars which are exempt from VED, a Standard Rate (SR) applies to those with a list price of less than £40,000, which are charged a 12-month rate of £150 irrespective of their emissions, unless they qualify for the Alternative Fuel Discount in which case they pay £140.
The Premium Rate (PR) applies to cars (including ULEVs) with a list price of £40,000 or more. The only exemption are zero-emission models, which pay nothing in VED, as announced in the March 2020 Budget. The Premium Rate, which applies from the second year for five years, consists of the Standard Rate (with or without Alternative Fuel Discount) plus an additional £325, the rate reverting to the Standard Rate after five years.
Note that the list price is the retail price published by the manufacturer before the vehicle is passed to the dealer for registration. This includes the price of any non-standard options, VAT, delivery charges to the dealership, and pre-delivery inspection charges. It is not the same as the OTR price, which includes VED and the first year registration fee.
 
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Was surprised when I checked this, it applies to new vehicles. It may not be news for most of you but it was for me!
RDE1 at £1,850 for year 1 and RDE 2 at £1,305.
Year 2 to Year 5 £475
Year 6 on £150

Hope I've got it wrong :oops:


VED tax 2020/21 – Cars reg from April 2017
For cars registered from 01 April 2017, VED for the first 12 months is covered by a First Year Rate (FYR) which is directly linked to a car's CO2 emissions. New diesel cars registered from 01 April 2018 not meeting the real driving emissions step 2 (RDE2) standard for air quality (NOx) also have to pay a FYR supplement to the effect that these cars go up by one VED band.
Zero-emission cars are zero-rated for FYR, with ultra low emission vehicles (ULEVs) charged £10-£25 depending on emissions. In practice, because all ULEVs are currently Alternatively Fuelled Vehicles (AFVs) - which include conventional and plug-in hybrids, biofuels, CNG and LPG - ULEVs receive the £10 AFV discount on the FYR and Standard Rate.
Vehicle
CO2 emissions
First year rate
Inc. RDE2 diesel
2020-21
First year rate
Non-RDE2 diesel*
2020-21
Standard rate**
2020-21
Premium rate***
2020-21
12-month Vehicle Excise Duty rates for new cars registered from 01 April 2017
0 g/km£0£0£0£0
1-50 g/km£10£25£150£475
51-75 g/km£25£110£150£475
76-90 g/km£110£135£150£475
91-100 g/km£135£155£150£475
101-110 g/km£155£175£150£475
111-130 g/km£175£215£150£475
131-150 g/km£215£540£150£475
151-170 g/km£540£870£150£475
171-190 g/km£870£1305£150£475
191-225 g/km£1305£1850£150£475
226-255 g/km£1850£2175£150£475
Over 255 g/km£2175£2175£150£475
* Rate applies to diesel vehicles registered from 01 April 2018 that do not meet the RDE2 standard.
** Standard rate applies from year two onwards to cars with a list price up to but not including £40,000.
*** Premium rate applies from year two to year six to cars with a list price of £40,000 or more except zero-emission models.
Sources: Budget 2020, DVLA 2020.
After year one, cars are categorised as: Zero-Emission, Standard, or Premium. Other than Zero-Emission cars which are exempt from VED, a Standard Rate (SR) applies to those with a list price of less than £40,000, which are charged a 12-month rate of £150 irrespective of their emissions, unless they qualify for the Alternative Fuel Discount in which case they pay £140.
The Premium Rate (PR) applies to cars (including ULEVs) with a list price of £40,000 or more. The only exemption are zero-emission models, which pay nothing in VED, as announced in the March 2020 Budget. The Premium Rate, which applies from the second year for five years, consists of the Standard Rate (with or without Alternative Fuel Discount) plus an additional £325, the rate reverting to the Standard Rate after five years.
Note that the list price is the retail price published by the manufacturer before the vehicle is passed to the dealer for registration. This includes the price of any non-standard options, VAT, delivery charges to the dealership, and pre-delivery inspection charges. It is not the same as the OTR price, which includes VED and the first year registration fee.
I thought you were purchasing a California?

They have recently changed the registration of a California from MPV to Private Light Goods vehicle.
A different VED structure and cost.
 
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Thank ****** for that! I'll check it out. Thanks Welshgas
 
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Ref VED proposed Commercial vehicle rate from April 20121.

I have read in the C & MH magazine that the Gov. has postponed this in view of the current situation.

ie no change to what is currently in place on VED charges on Motorhomes which the Cali has gone into currently.

Good news for those with delayed deliveries it seems.
 
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