The European Parliament has voted to back European Union plans to scrap taxation on the registration of new vehicles and to replace it with fees based on the amount of pollution the vehicle produces. The European Commission earlier had drafted a similar but less-restrictive plan, saying that carbon dioxide emissions need only to "be considered" when a new replacement auto tax is calculated. The new proposal is part of EU efforts to cut emissions of so-called greenhouse gas. Although ...
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