A snap ballot from Fleet Information discovered 55 p.c of fleets backed the brand new rule modifications. Nonetheless, a “sizeable minority” nonetheless rejected the modifications with 40 p.c saying they didn’t favour the brand new guidelines.
5 p.c of motorists mentioned they weren’t positive of their determination.
This implies as many as 45 p.c of fleets both don’t like or have doubts over the modifications.
However, lower than half of drivers backed the highway pricing plans when all respondents had been questioned over the modifications.
Simply 42 p.c mentioned they backed a pay-as you-go scheme with 39 p.c in opposition to the modifications.
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There may be concern the Treasury might lose as much as £35billion as extra drivers change to electrical automobiles.
That is all the way down to the lack of conventional Automobile Excise Responsibility (VED) and gasoline obligation charges by way of the discount of petrol and diesel autos.
Some motoring specialists have raised issues over the brand new proposals and referred to as for exemptions to use to some people.
Nonetheless, others have backed the brand new scheme, including it makes “good sense” for motorists to be charged on mileage.
Richard ‘Moggy’ Morgan, host of Quest TV’s Classic Voltage mentioned: “[No matter] what kind of automobile you’ve bought proper now, you principally pay a flat fee.
“It doesn’t matter if you happen to do 10,000 miles a 12 months or 110,000 miles a 12 months, you pay the identical quantity.
“Nicely, you’re utilizing the roads much more in case you are doing extra mileage so it’s best to pay much more.
“You need to pay a proportionate quantity of tax relying on how a lot you’re utilizing the highway infrastructure.”
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