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Car tax changes needed as drivers look to avoid cost of 2030 petrol and diesel car ban


Drivers involved in the carwow also favoured other methods including 11 percent supporting the use of road tolls and continuing fuel duty.

A further 10 percent favoured low emission zones, as seen in Birmingham, Bath and Portsmouth, as well as London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ).

Mr Griffiths continued, saying: “Other solutions, such as raising revenue from electric chargers, pose significant technological challenges with the domestic power grid, for example.

“In contrast, the Transport Committee has already heard that real-time telematics technology – similar to the systems used by insurers for ‘black box’ policies – already exists.



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