The Chancellor of the Exchequer delivered the 2015 emergency summer Budget to Parliament on Wednesday 8 July.
Here's a speedy summary of the facts which will affect the future of UK business fleets.
First MOT at 4 Years
The government will consult on extending the deadline for new cars to have their first MOT test from 3 years up to 4 years, which they claim would save motorists over £100m a year.
2017 Vehicle Tax Changes
From 2017, new cars will pay a variable vehicle tax rate which remains linked to CO2 emissions but, beyond the first year, drivers will pay a flat vehicle tax rate of £140 on most cars. There are two exceptions: cars with zero carbon emissions are exempt from paying any vehicle tax and cars which cost more than £40,000 must pay an additional £310 annual surcharge on top of the £140 standard rate.
Vehicle Tax (VED) rate table for new cars registered on or after April 1 2017:
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Insurance Premium Tax Increase
From November 2015, insurance premium tax is being increased from 6% to 9.5%.
Fuel Duty Frozen
Fuel duty remains frozen for another year.
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