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FTA Ireland [FTAI] says the substantial cut in commercial vehicle motor tax announced in Tuesday’s Budget will make Irish hauliers more competitive in the European market.
The Dublin Metropolitan Region traffic division recently seized 18 cars as part of an ongoing investigation into the under declaring of cubic capacity of the car engine in order to pay a lower motor tax rate.
Vehicle data expert Cartell reports that large-engine vehicles (those in excess of 2,000cc) are in decline.
Inappropriate disposal of end of life vehicles may expose registered owners of vehicles to new motor tax liabilities
The transition period during which those in arrears of motor tax either pay the arrears and take out new motor tax or make a declaration of non-use expires on September 30 2013. From October 1 owners will be unable to make such declaration of non-use without having the arrears paid together interest and an additional three months tax in respect of the vehicle.
A Galway West senator who continued to drive her car for a number of months while there was no tax paid on the vehicle was fined a total of €1,850 at Galway District Court yesterday.
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.
www.wheelchaircarsireland.com are bringing their wheelchair accessible road show to Kilkenny where the show will include a selection of new and used wheelchair accessible cars for both disabled passengers and disabled drivers in the one venue.
The extension of the scrappage scheme for the first six months of next year will be widely welcomed by the motor industry
A Ballyhaunis man who failed to get his car taxed and pay the arrears despite repeated warnings from a garda, and then declared the car was off the road for a year before he finally taxed it, was fined €400 in Ballyhaunis District Court.
Wheelchair Cars Ireland is bringing motoring exhibitions around Ireland offering people the opportunity to view and test drive a large selection of wheelchair accessible vehicles for both disabled drivers and disabled passengers.