Discover how much car tax you have to pay from April 2019

Autobut charges for many drivers will increase from 1 April next year.

Although the previous financial year was not mentioned during the Chancellor's declaration, the budget document confirmed that vehicle and excise tax rates would rise in line with inflation from 1 April 2019.

For new car buyers after April this could mean an increase in first year VED rates of up to £ 65. And owners of existing cars could also be put in, with some having to pay an additional £ 15 per year.

To make it easier for you, we've created useful tools below to help you predict exactly how much your car tax will rise from next April – if at all.

Car tax increases: we have developed a selection of tools to make it easier for you to calculate how much extra you will pay in VED from next year

Car tax increases: we have developed a selection of tools to make it easier for you to calculate how much extra you will pay in VED from next year

My car is registered after April 1, 2017

If your license plate number is: 17 (registered after 1 April 2017), 67, 18, 68

The government introduced renewed VED rates in April 2017.

A new tax system for the first year has similar scales as the rates that were previously applied and those cars were fined financially with rising CO2 emissions.

But for the standard rate tax – paid from the second year – a flat-rate scheme was introduced for all electric cars with the exception of zero emissions.

A flat rate of £ 140 (£ 130 for hybrid cars) has been introduced, making it no longer possible for your vehicle to have low CO2 emissions.

It means that owners of the most fuel-efficient Ford Fiesta's have to pay the same in car taxation as someone who has bought a 5.0-liter petrol-guzzling Mustang V8 after the second year.

From next year onwards, not only the prices for new cars bought after 1 April, but also the standard rates.

This means that the standard car tax rate for your recent petrol or diesel model will rise to £ 145 while hybrid owners will see their costs rise to £ 135.

The standard rate last year also came with a & # 39; extra & # 39; premium rate for all cars – even electric models – with a list price of £ 40,000 or more.

This extra rate added another £ 310 to the standard tax rate for five years.

That rate will also rise from April, rising to £ 320.

If your car is registered after April 1, 2017, use the tool below to know how much extra in VED you will pay in 2019.

If you can not see the tool in the MailOnline app, click this link to view it on our website instead.

My car is registered between 1 March 2001 and 31 March 2017

If your license plate number is: Y,51, 02, 52, 03, 53, 04, 54, 05, 55, 06, 56, 07, 57, 08, 58, 09, 59, 10, 60, 11, 61, 12, 62, 13, 63, 14, 64, 15, 65, 16, 66, 17 (registered in March 2017)

The April 2019 walk will not only affect owners of new and relatively new cars.

If your car was registered between March 2001 and the end of March 2017, you will have to pay more VED starting next year.

Most tires have seen a nominal increase, except for vehicles with the lowest carbon outputs and electric models.

Only those who own efficient vehicles that produce less than 120 g / km of CO2 do not have to pay extras.

For most, this is likely to result in an increase in car taxes between £ 5 and £ 15.

Use the tool below to find out how much extra in VED you have to pay if your car is about 2 and 17 years old.

If you can not see the tool in the MailOnline app, click this link to view it on our website instead.

My car was registered before 1 March 2001

If your license plate number: X-reg or before-dates X-reg

Although there was no information regarding changes to VED tariffs for vehicles registered in the tax overview document from the budget before 1 March 2001, the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency confirmed that this is money, that owners of these cars also have to pay more from April 2019.

This depends on the engine capacity of your car.

For those with vehicles with engines larger than 1.55 liters, the VED £ 10 has risen to £ 265 per year, while owners of cars with smaller engines have seen their annual load increase by £ 5.

Use the tool below to know how much your tax will increase if you have registered a car before March 2001.

If you can not see the tool in the MailOnline app, click this link to view it on our website instead.

My car is more than 40 years old

If your car is older than 40 years, it is exempt from VED.

However, you must submit an application through the DVLA to register your vehicle in order to be free of car tax.

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