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Motorists paying more than £1,000 each to the Treasury

petrolMotorists are paying over £1,000 a year in taxes to the Treasury, per the local government Association.

The Association, that represents 370 councils across the country, same Whitehall can build £38.0 billion within the current year from Vehicle Excise Duty, fuel duty and VAT – an increase of £400 million on the previous twelve months.

With thirty four million cars on the road, this works out at every automobilist paying £1,117 a year to central Government – £28 over last year.

At an equivalent time councils, that are answerable for maintaining the country’s native roads, face a £10.5 billion repair backlog.

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