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A thought and question

Discussion in 'General car Chat' started by aston, 5 November 2018.

  1. aston

    aston The Torque Meister

    South Dorset
    VOLVO and VW
    Just a thought, diesel is approximately £1.38 a litre, domestic heating oil around 60p per litr (more or less the same thing), hence a lot of duty on the vehicle fuel, in the future when we're using a lot more electric cars the govt are going to have to replace lost income so my question is......will electricity used to run transport be taxed at a far higher rate than domestic heating energy? Any ideas?

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