MOTOR CYCLE TAX CONCESSION

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MOTOR CYCLE TAX CONCESSION

It will be remembered that, following representations made by the R.A.C. and other bodies, the Chancellor of the Exchequer announced in his Budget Speech that it was proposed to raise the weight limit of motor cycles taxed at 30/per annum from 200 lbs. to 224 lbs. This concession is embodied in the Second Finance Bill for 1929, and the sanction of Parliament is necessary before it becomes law. but the R.A.C. is able to announce that, subject to this sanction being obtained, the new weight limit will come into force on January 1st, 1930.

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