Guest Posted August 5, 2008 Share Posted August 5, 2008 Greetings! Road tax has been the subject of much debate, mainly because of utter cretins like this: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/7540815.stm ***** A vicar has hit out at plans to raise car tax for "gas guzzling" vehicles, saying ministers "haven't got a clue" what it is like to be a poor motorist. The Reverend Peter Cook says he cannot afford to replace his nine-year-old 1600cc Nissan Primera, which faces a tax rise from Ã‚Â£185 to Ã‚Â£200 in 2010. ***** It's going up Ã‚Â£15 a year in two years time, how on earth will you be able to stand that, vicar? Best replace that old gas-guzzler eh!! Maybe you should get an ex-rep turdbox from whatever the equivalent is to "Yes Car Credit", that'll get your money back from the evil government. To be honest when I heard about the tax increases on pre-2001 stuff I was delighted, it seems like people with newer stuff are getting utterly shafted, whereas 'shiters get an increase which, let's be honest, is pretty negligible really. I also reckon he uses the term "credit crunch" as he loads up his Marks and Spencers shopping basket with Ã‚Â£3.50 ready meals. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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