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Does this mean that any new Tesla Model 3's registered on or after April 1st 2020 will not have to pay the £320pa Luxury VED or will it also include EV's which have already been registered prior to this date?

1.68 Reducing vehicle pollution
In addition, the Budget announces the exemption of zero emission cars from the Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) ‘expensive car supplement’ and the publication of a call for evidence on VED, which will include how it can be further used to reduce vehicle emissions. (35, 44)
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Good news. Makes the Tesla with the BIK even better.
 
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It's for all cars registered since 2017.

"This measure will exempt all registered zero-emission light passenger vehicles registered from 1 April 2017 until 31 March 2025 from the Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) supplement for light passenger vehicles with a list price exceeding £40,000, starting from April 2020."


I've heard a few people have already paid & are wondering if they can get it back..
 

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One SR+ currently in existing inventory so now true we don't need to hope for a £39999 car to avoid VED altogether?
 

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BIK ... A few more incentives for those of us PAYE would be nice
 
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Offset by the fact any vehicle over 50k loSes the £3k grant if not registered by midnight 11th March - let's see how this pans out on signed agreements private or business lease for vehicles not collected yet - eek!
 

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So minimal depreciation, possible no luxury tax, zero normal VED and 0% BIK from April plus I just reduced my home charging to 5p/kwh ... just gets better!
Not sure where you get minimal depreciation from.
 
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It's for all cars registered since 2017.

"This measure will exempt all registered zero-emission light passenger vehicles registered from 1 April 2017 until 31 March 2025 from the Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) supplement for light passenger vehicles with a list price exceeding £40,000, starting from April 2020."


I've heard a few people have already paid & are wondering if they can get it back..
So is this policy all set to be implemented, or can it be amended or voted down? (don't know how these things work.)
 

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It's for all cars registered since 2017.

"This measure will exempt all registered zero-emission light passenger vehicles registered from 1 April 2017 until 31 March 2025 from the Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) supplement for light passenger vehicles with a list price exceeding £40,000, starting from April 2020."


I've heard a few people have already paid & are wondering if they can get it back..
This is great news... :D
 
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