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Car tax fees 'should be the same across all cities' to stop 'confusion' among drivers


Each city has a different class rating meaning they affect cars and motorbikes in a different way.

Only Birmingham and London’s charges hit private cars, while the other two cities focus more on businesses and private hire vehicles.

Three more Clean Air Zones are expected to launch in 2022 in Bradford, Bristol and Greater Manchester.

Oxford will also launch a Zero Emissions Zone later this month which will introduce fees for all non-fully electric models.



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