Company Car Tax reform helps cut carbon

Wed 05 May 2004 View all news

The 2002 reform of the UK’s system for taxing company cars has played a significant part in reducing average new car CO2 emissions from 196g/km (when the reform was announced) to 182g/km, according to a new report from the Inland Revenue. The number of company cars purchased has also decreased and the number of business miles travelled has fallen considerably, the report states.

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