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 61 
 on: Yesterday at 21:27:14 
Started by STEMO - Last post by STEMO
HEre is the lowdown on the diesel thingy:

The sale of new diesel cars that do not meet latest emissions standards will face a one-off tax increase in April.
It will apply to the first year of road tax, and be levied on all diesels that do not meet the Real Driving Emissions Step 2 standards on emissions.
According to experts, it means that most new diesels would be subject to the rise.
Chancellor Philip Hammond said the tax change would apply only to cars, and "white van man" was unaffected.
The tax rise will be levied according to a car's CO2 emissions band.
A Ford Fiesta or Vauxhall Astra would see a one-off £20 rise and a Land Rover Discovery a £400 increase. Cars in the top band, such as a Porsche Cayenne, would be hit with a £500 tax. 
The chancellor said: "Drivers buying a new car will be able to avoid this charge as soon as manufacturers bring forward the next-generation cleaner diesels that we all want to see.

How do you determine latest regulations? My XC is EU6, but doesn’t take Ad-Blue, my mates Jag is EU6 & does take the Ad-Blue stuff. Confusing ......
Fill yer boots  ;D

http://www.caremissionstestingfacts.eu/rde-real-driving-emissions-test/

 62 
 on: Yesterday at 21:26:05 
Started by Lagondanet - Last post by neil74
Burgundy? saloon FM03 ECZ driving past the house  ;D.

 63 
 on: Yesterday at 21:15:52 
Started by STEMO - Last post by jimmy944
Set against 6 months less rent and house price growth, I'll bet they've come out on top!

Exactly the same thing happened to Swmbo and I last time they changed stamp duty, we went for a place that was £268k about 4 months before they moved away from the "stepped" system. Cost us about £4K.

As to the budget, I'm £19 better off, swmbo is £16 worse off each month. Looks like the sups noodles and white lightening are on me!  ;D

 64 
 on: Yesterday at 21:13:28 
Started by STEMO - Last post by Lincs Robert
HEre is the lowdown on the diesel thingy:

The sale of new diesel cars that do not meet latest emissions standards will face a one-off tax increase in April.
It will apply to the first year of road tax, and be levied on all diesels that do not meet the Real Driving Emissions Step 2 standards on emissions.
According to experts, it means that most new diesels would be subject to the rise.
Chancellor Philip Hammond said the tax change would apply only to cars, and "white van man" was unaffected.
The tax rise will be levied according to a car's CO2 emissions band.
A Ford Fiesta or Vauxhall Astra would see a one-off £20 rise and a Land Rover Discovery a £400 increase. Cars in the top band, such as a Porsche Cayenne, would be hit with a £500 tax. 
The chancellor said: "Drivers buying a new car will be able to avoid this charge as soon as manufacturers bring forward the next-generation cleaner diesels that we all want to see.

How do you determine latest regulations? My XC is EU6, but doesn’t take Ad-Blue, my mates Jag is EU6 & does take the Ad-Blue stuff. Confusing ......

 65 
 on: Yesterday at 21:08:51 
Started by Varche - Last post by jimmy944
Why don,t our weak and ineffective government just tell Barnier that he,s getting nowt and be done with it. ;)

Because the one universal truth about politicians is that they are all self serving roaches.

There are enough brexit sceptic Conservative MPs that to walk away now would trigger the breakdown of Weak n Wobbly's government, they've also been so ineffectual since may that it would trigger an election they couldn't be certain of winning.  Particularly as they would likely be leaderless at that point.

So, we go through the motions.

 66 
 on: Yesterday at 20:43:53 
Started by Ulap31 - Last post by Ulap31
Hmmm the ones on ebay are original just being cautious wondered if there was
Any dealers that had a good deal on at the moment

 67 
 on: Yesterday at 20:33:27 
Started by Migv6 - Last post by STEMO
It,s like a lot of Africa which these days is still run on tribal loyalties.
A lot of the world still works that way, from Freemasons to religion to race to which football team you support.

 68 
 on: Yesterday at 20:32:42 
Started by Ulap31 - Last post by b4ndit
got mine from vauxhall cost 268 all in trade :y

 69 
 on: Yesterday at 20:30:57 
Started by STEMO - Last post by STEMO
Before I start, I should say I have no interest whatsoever in owning a gaywatch.
I notice on the ads with that stupid t**t Kevin Bacon that the new, obviously 4g enabled, gaywatch that it only works on EE. Surely there is an issue here?

 70 
 on: Yesterday at 20:30:35 
Started by Ulap31 - Last post by Ulap31
Hi all
Cars been running nice since new head gaskets so thanks to all for the help.
Now need new shocks for MOT vauxhall part 72119085
Where can I get them Vauxhall quoted about £180 each with trade card.
Seen originals on German ebay for £190 for a pair inc postage but being cautious as if they're wrong or faulty means I'm longer with out the car.

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