Vehicle Road Tax | Station Garage

Did you know that Vehicle Road Tax (VED) is changing for new vehicles registered on or after 1st April 2020?

If you are planning to upgrade your vehicle this year, then contact us before 1st April 2020 as this could save you a lot of money in tax!


Why is VED changing and how will it affect my road tax?

The Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP) is a new measuring process, designed to better reflect real driving conditions and give a more accurate view of a vehicle's emissions and fuel economy.

WLTP will affect all brands, not just ŠKODA, and could mean an increase in road tax for your new car.

So, what could this mean for you and your new ŠKODA?

No technical changes have been made meaning the actual talepipe emissions produced do not change. The cost impact for ŠKODA vehicles ranges from £0 to £960 with a weighted average of £300 across the whole range. As this is a UK tax, it is applicable to any car registered on or after 1st April 2020 irrespective of when the car was ordered.

Change in VED by model:

KODIAQ: £320 to £960 increase.

KAROQ: £40 to £750 increase

KAMIQ: £0 to £320 increase

SUPERB: £0 to £750 increase

OCTAVIA: £20 to £645 increase

SCALA: £0 to £360 increase

FABIA: £20 increase


Click here for more information from the Vehicle Certification Agency follow the link below:


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KODIAQ: UP TO £960 INCREASE
KAROQ: UP TO £750 INCREASE
KAMIQ: UP TO £320 INCREASE
SUPERB: UP TO £750 INCREASE
OCTAVIA: UP TO £645 INCREASE
SCALA: Up to £360 INCREASE
FABIA: UP TO £20 INCREASE