Do you pay road tax in Northern Ireland?

Every vehicle registered in Northern Ireland (NI) must be taxed if used or kept on a public road. If the vehicle is kept off-road it must either be taxed or have a SORN (Statutory Off Road Notification) in force.

What do I need to tax my car in Northern Ireland?

Going off-road?

  1. A reminder from the DVLA (known as a V11) or your Registration Certificate (known as a V5C).
  2. If you are taxing a vehicle registered to a Northern Ireland address, you will need to show a valid vehicle insurance certificate or cover note.
  3. You’ll also need an up to date MOT.

Can you tax a car online Northern Ireland?

Northern Ireland customers now receive the same service as the rest of the UK. For the first time, you can tax your vehicle or make a Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN) online if you’re a Northern Ireland customer.

How much is tax band C on a car?

Cars registered between 1 March 2001 and 31 March 2017

Band CO2 emission (g/km) Petrol car (TC48) and diesel car (TC49) (Single 12 month payment)
A Up to 100 £0
B 101 – 110 £20
C 111 – 120 £30
D 121 – 130 £130

Do drivers pay road tax?

Firstly, “road tax” does not exist, and has not existed since the 1930s. What drivers do pay, however, is Vehicle Excise Duty, which is often known as road tax but is not strictly the same thing. Vehicle Excise Duty – what you pay for your car’s tax disc – is based on your vehicle’s emissions.

What is the motor tax rate for commercial vehicles in Ireland?

Since January 2016, the rate of motor tax is reduced for all commercial goods vehicles above 4,000kgs. The annual rate for a vehicle between 4,000kg and 12,000kg is €500 and €900 for vehicles over 12,000kg. If you sell your vehicle or trade it in for a replacement, you must register the change of ownership.

How much is the tax on motor tax?

For all payments: 1 the half-year payment is 55.5% of the annual rate 2 the quarterly payment is 28.25% of the annual rate 3 the monthly cost is 10% of the annual rate 4 you can pay the tax at on the motor tax website.

How is road tax calculated in Ireland?

In Ireland, the price you pay for road tax is based on two different assessments; engine size if your car was manufactured before July 2008, or Co2 emissions output if your car was manufactured after July 2008. When you purchase motor tax for your car, you can choose to tax it for a period of three months, six months or a full 12 months.

Do I have to pay motor tax if my vehicle is off-road?

If your vehicle is temporarily off the road, you do not have to pay motor tax for that period. You must declare in advance that your vehicle will be off the road and not in use for a period of between 3 and 12 months.