Dutch government finalises kilometre charge plan

Vehicle registration and circulation taxes in the Netherlands would be scrapped and replaced by a kilometre charge from 2012 under a legislative proposal sent to the Dutch parliament on Friday after nearly two years of debate.

Carbon dioxide and particulate matter emissions from road transport would be cut by more than 10% under the plans, the government says, while over half of car owners would pay less in taxes than they do currently.

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