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Car sales and fuel consumption will suffer from Budget motoring hikes

The loss of disposable income from increased motor taxes will affect almost all households and businesses according to the AA. This is because it is a rise in a basic cost of living taxed as if it were a luxury.

Fury at Hogan’s motor tax hikes

The Automobile Association of Ireland has responded angrily to Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan’s motor and carbon tax increases, as outlined in this week’s Budget.

Motorists would change route to avoid new tolls

The addition of new tolls on routes around the country would cause extensive traffic congestion on alternative roads as motorists switch to escape the levy, according to the AA.

Motorists would change route to avoid new tolls

The addition of new tolls on routes around the country would cause extensive traffic congestion on alternative roads as motorists switch to escape the levy, according to the AA.

Cost of motoring still on the rise

The cost of running a family car in Ireland has risen by almost six per cent in the last 12 months, according to the AA's annual survey of motoring costs.

One in five travel with a drunk driver

Twenty per cent of respondents in an AA poll carried out this month admitted they have knowingly taken a lift from a driver they understood to be over the legal blood alcohol level (0.8 mg) within the last two years.

Petrol and diesel prices have not fallen yet

The cost of petrol and diesel has not fallen at Irish pumps yet according to the August survey of prices from the AA. Petrol costs an average of 151.9 cent per litre, diesel 143.6 cent in August, up 2.6 cent and 2.5 cent respectively on the average figures for July.

New tolls will cause traffic congestion

Additional tolls on Dublin’s M50 and on other routes around the country would cause extensive traffic congestion on alternative routes.

Motoring costs rise by 5.8 per cent in the last year

The cost of running a family car in Ireland has risen by 5.8 per cent in the last 12 months, according to the AA’s annual survey of motoring costs. It now costs €11,817 to run a small family car in the B and C tax category (typical engine size of 1251 - 1500cc) for a year; up by €646 on the figure for 2010.

Motoring costs rise by 5.8 per cent in the last year

The cost of running a family car in Ireland has risen by 5.8 per cent in the last 12 months, according to the AA's annual survey of motoring costs. It now costs €11,817 to run a small family car in the Band C tax category (typical engine size of 1251 – 1500cc) for a year; up by €646 on the figure for 2010.

 

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