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RE: 200hp 2.8 30v in A6
From: email@example.com on behalf of Phil Payne
>> Phil, I'm sure in German insurance system the insurance rate (but maybe
>> it is a "road tax" rate? Whatever, it's something you _have_ to pay )
>> depends on engine horsepower.
>Kraftfahrzeugsteuer (road tax) is displacement-dependent - in 100cc bands,
>I believe. I don't know if turbos pay for 'virtual' displacement.
Perhaps when George returns from his travels he could enlighten us over the
state of things in Eire. I was told that at one time (maybe still) the yearly
excise duty was dependent on the engine capacity and was quoted a figure of
around 500GBP for a 2 litre car. Knowing the Irish sense of humour, this might
have been a wind-up, but at the time people working in Dublin in similar jobs
to myself were earning some 15000GBP per annum and where paying 50% tax. Mind
you, there was no MOT and I saw some fords in Dublin that could have passed
for Fred Flintstones car.
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