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car tax in Tax topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcar taxˈcar tax noun [uncountable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š PETmoney that people in Britain must pay if they want to drive a car on the roads syn road tax
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car taxβ€’ Mr Lamont said he had made clear he would recoup the cost when he abolished car tax.β€’ Then the Chancellor helped the industry by abolishing car tax in his Autumn Statement.β€’ Read in studio Police have begun a campaign against car tax dodgers.β€’ Mr Gould had gone to Mr Hoad's home in Gloucester to collect unpaid fines for parking and car tax.β€’ It also calls for a higher price threshold for company car tax.β€’ The cut in car tax and the increase in capital allowances will also help to boost confidence.β€’ The abolition of car tax is a good idea.β€’ This will benefit business directly, as will the abolition of the car tax.