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BUDGET 2011: VED rates to increase in line with inflation

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Under the changes, vehicles in bands E (131g/km-140g/km) and F (141g/km-150g/km) attract a £5 increase in the standard rate.

Standard-rate VED for vehicles in bands G (151g/km-165g/km), H (166g/km-175g/km), I (176g/km-185g/km) and J (186g/km-200g/km) will go up by £10 per year.

Cars with 201g/km-225g/km (band K) will see standard-rate VED go up by £20, while there will be a £25 increase for cars in band L (226g/km-255g/km) and £25 for cars in band M (over 255g/km).

First-year rates also see similar increases and now rise up to £1,000 for vehicles in band M.

The full list of 2011/12 rates are as follows:

Vehicle Excise Duty bands and rates for cars registered on or after March 2001:
Band   CO2 emissions    Standard rate      First-year rate
A               Up to 100                     £0                      £0
B               101-110                       £20                    £0
C               111-120                      £30                     £0
D               121-130                      £95                     £0
E               131-140                      £115                   £115
F               141-150                      £130                   £130
G              151-165                       £165                   £165
H              166-175                       £190                   £265
I               176-185                       £210                    £315
J               186-200                      £245                    £445
K              201-225                      £260                   £580
L               226-255                      £445                   £790
M             Over 255                      £460                  £1000

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