Employer Bulletin | 23 January
The coalition Government is confirming that the exemption from road user charges (RUC) for owners of light electric vehicles (EVs) and plug-in hybrids will end from 1 April.
Transport Minister, Hon Simeon Brown, announced the transition of EVs and plug-in hybrids to Road User Charges (RUC) is to ensure fairness and equity in contributing to road maintenance costs.
This move aligns with the National-ACT coalition commitment to integrate all vehicles into the RUC system. From April 1st, light EVs and plug-in hybrids will need to purchase a reduced-rate RUC license. A two-month transition period is provided to register without penalty for unpaid RUC.
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