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Petrol and Diesel are now taxed at a rate of 170%!
Use our fuel tax calculator to see exactly how much tax you are paying on fuel.
Depending on your income and mileage, this may equate to 5% extra income tax or more!
The ABD is a voluntary and non-profit-making organisation whose aim is to provide an active, responsible voice to lobby for Britain's beleaguered drivers.
The ABD calls for formal recognition that the UK needs to better maintain and significantly improve its road infrastructure.
The ABD calls for the use of sensible speed limits that are based upon well established road safety principles, not political correctness.
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The ABD demands an end to the abuse of speed cameras for extorting money from drivers; and a return to the 3 E's of road safety.

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