Petrol and diesel drivers can now see if their vehicle will be subject to car tax fees in 2022.

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Drivers of gasoline and diesel vehicles can now see if their vehicle will be subject to car tax fees in 2022.

Through a series of online checkers, petrol and diesel drivers can see if their vehicle is affected by the new 2022 car tax changes.

This spring, two new Clean Air Zones in Bradford and Greater Manchester will go into effect, affecting both petrol and diesel drivers.

Drivers who are concerned about the fees can now check with national and local services to see if they are affected.

GOVUK has launched a national service to check whether drivers in any of the UK Clean Air Zones are required to pay fees.

The two new charges in Manchester and Bradford, as well as the existing schemes in Bath, Birmingham, and Portsmouth, were included.

The data is then displayed in a table, allowing drivers to estimate how much they would pay to use the roads.

To use the service, drivers will simply need the vehicle’s license plate.

“If your vehicle does not meet emissions standards, you may have to pay to drive in a clean air zone,” they said.

Find out if you have to pay for your vehicle using this service.

“You must pay the daily charge.”

“Vehicles registered outside the UK are not checked by this service.”

“If your results show no charge, your vehicle is compliant in this Clean Air Zone and you are not required to pay,” they added.

Find out if you need to pay for your vehicle using this service.

For drivers who are concerned about the charge, Clean Air GM has launched an online checker.

“Is my vehicle affected, and am I eligible to apply for funding?” they asked.

“Answer a few questions to see if you’re on the right track:

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“Before you begin, make sure you have your V5C vehicle logbook handy to verify your vehicle’s tax class and body type.”

The Clean Air Zone in Manchester will not charge private cars or motorcycles, focusing instead on goods vehicles and private hire vehicles.

Bradford City Council has yet to launch its own online vehicle checker for residents and visitors.

Instead, they urged motorists to check the government’s national checker to see if a fee is required.

“Use the Government’s Drive in a Clean Air Zone service to see if your vehicle qualifies,” they added.

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