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Classic Car VED exemption extended

Classic Car VED exemption extendedThe British Chancellor, George Osborne, was very kind to classic car owners in the 2014 budget. From April 2014, the classic car exemption from VED will begin rolling from 40 years, with cars built before January 1974 eligible for a zero-rated tax disc. The new cut-off date for classic vehicles will take effect from 1 April 2014, and covers all cars manufactured before 1 January 1974. Then, from January 2015, the formerly fixed cut-off, will become a rolling one.

The treasury states that this rolling benefit will affect around 10,000 classic car owners per year, who are currently paying VED, but will be newly exempt from 2015. This is because the government considers the classic car industry to be an important part of the nation’s historical heritage.

The measure means that cars such as the 1975 XJ6 Coupe in last month’s issue (pictured) will now be tax-free from next year.

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