Report: 6p per mile EV driver charge could replace lost fuel duty revenues

Stuart Stone
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Resolution Foundation proposes 'road duty' tax reform to reflect cars on streets and avert £10bn a year revenue shortfall by the early 2030s

The UK should introduce a 6p per mile charge for electric vehicle (EV) drivers in order to plug a predicted fuel tax shortfall of £10bn a year by the early 2030s, according to a new report. Research...

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