From tomorrow (Saturday 1 April 2023), drivers will pay more to keep their vehicle on the road as car tax is set to rise.

Car tax - known more formally as Vehicle Excise Duty - will increase in line with Retail Price Index (RPI) inflation of 10.1% from April 1.

This also affects vans and motorcycles - but VED rates for lorry drivers will be frozen, in a boost for the haulage sector.

How much you have to pay depends on when your car was registered and how much carbon dioxide emissions it produces.

As an example, the car tax rate for a vehicle registered from March 2001 and before April 2017 that produces 121 to 130g/km of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions would be £135 for the year.

Check how much car tax you pay on your vehicle HERE.