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Old 05-09-2007, 2:44 PM
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Confused with these CO2 bands, so much easier with engine size and fuel type. How do i work it out now? Currently have a 1.8 petrol.
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Old 05-09-2007, 2:55 PM
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Confused with these CO2 bands, so much easier with engine size and fuel type. How do i work it out now? Currently have a 1.8 petrol.
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If you know your CO2 rating try this link.
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If you know your CO2 rating try this link.
That's the problem, how do i find out the CO2 for a 1999 car?
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That's the problem, how do i find out the CO2 for a 1999 car?
Just reading the info I get with the VAT returns, it says that if the car is too old to have a CO2 emissions figure, they have prescribed a level of emissions by reference to the engine capacity. Though it does state what that it is.

It does say further down, if you have any queries then call the National Advice Service on 0845 010 9000.
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Just reading the info I get with the VAT returns, it says that if the car is too old to have a CO2 emissions figure, they have prescribed a level of emissions by reference to the engine capacity. Though it does state what that it is.

It does say further down, if you have any queries then call the National Advice Service on 0845 010 9000.
Yep, i'll do that....get those bean counters off their constipated asses to help someone who is paying their wages

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