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Cost of crossing the Severn bridges cut from today

Cost of crossing the Severn bridges cut from today

For the first time ever, the cost of crossing to and from Wales using the Severn bridges has been cut for car drivers, van operators, heavy good vehicles (HGVs) and coaches as of 8th January 2018. The Severn bridges were handed over to public ownership at midnight, with crossings now VAT exempt.

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Capels offering Christmas gift to all customers this December

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From Monday 4th December 2017, Capels Van Centre, is offering 6 months FREE road tax with all used 4x4s, vans and campervans purchased until January 2nd 2018.

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Rise in car tax evasion 'extremely concerning'

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Recent government figures have highlighted a rise in the number of unlicensed vehicles on British roads, which the RAC believes is 'extremely concerning'.

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Motoring accidents including dashcam evidence triple in 2 years

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New research has found that the number of motoring insurance claims involving evidence from dashcam has more than tripled in two years.

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Recent ruling highlights confusion surrounding commercial vehicle classification

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A recent tribunal has highlighted the need for HMRC to clarify how it classifies company vans and cars.

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Cost of crossing the Severn bridges cut from today

For the first time ever, the cost of crossing to and from Wales using the Severn bridges has been cut for car drivers, van operators, heavy good vehicles (HGVs) and coaches as of 8th January 2018. The Severn bridges were handed over to public ownership at midnight, with crossings now VAT exempt.

Capels offering Christmas gift to all customers this December

From Monday 4th December 2017, Capels Van Centre, is offering 6 months FREE road tax with all used vans purchased until January 2nd 2018.

Rise in car tax evasion 'extremely concerning'

Recent government figures have highlighted a rise in the number of unlicensed vehicles on British roads, which the RAC believes is 'extremely concerning'.

Motoring accidents including dashcam evidence triple in 2 years

New research has found that the number of motoring insurance claims involving evidence from dashcam has more than tripled in two years.

Recent ruling highlights confusion surrounding commercial vehicle classification

A recent tribunal has highlighted the need for HMRC to clarify how it classifies company vans and cars.

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Beware drivers! You are responsible for your documents, this story proves it.