Motoring Taxation in The United Kingdom - Road Usage Charges

Road Usage Charges

In London and in a small number of other places road usage charges in the form of road pricing, however these are generally viewed as 'usage charges' rather than as tax for legal purposes although this is disputed in relation to the London congestion charge by the USA and some other countries.

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