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Are commercial historic vehicles exempt from tax and ULEZ congestion charges?

If a van is registered as a historic vehicle and is used for business will it be exempt from tax and ULEZ and Congestion charges?

Asked on 2 August 2023 by John Killip

Answered by David Ross
Historic vehicles that are exempt from road tax or ULEZ because of their age lose their exemption if they are used for hire or rewards, or used commercially for a trade or business. Historic vehicles of any kind are not exempt from the London Congestion Charge.

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