The Society of the Irish Motor Industry is calling on the government to exempt safety features on cars from the country’s vehicle registration tax (VRT). CEO Cyril McHugh makes the pitch in reaction to a report on road safety published by the parliamentary Joint Committee on Enterprise and Small Business. The report says the Irish system of vehicle registration tax unintentionally may be encouraging a lack of safety features on cars imported into Ireland. McHugh says the government ...
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