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Mar 24, 2014

The new road user levy applies from April 2014 in UK.

The HGV Road User Levy is a charge to use UK roads. Anyone who drives or operates a heavy goods vehicle (HGV) weighing 12 tons or more will need to pay the levy – before the vehicle enters the country.

The levy applies from 1 April 2014.The daily charge for a vehicle is between £1.70 and £10 (between £85 and £1,000 per year) depending on the type of vehicle, number of axles, and weight. You can pay by the day – or save money by paying in advance by the week, month or year. Attached table helps you work out how much you’ll pay.
It’s easy to pay online, using a debit or credit card, fuel card (including Statoil EUROPE card) or by setting up an account. There will also be a small number of HGV Levy Point of Sale facilities, for example in some ferry terminals and fuel stations, which will take cash as well as bank and fuel card payments.
Additional information is available here:
Please contact Statoil customer service for more detailed information.

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