Donegal would be hit hard by changes to commericial vehicle tax – Deputy McGinley

Donegal Deputy Dinny McGinley has called on the Government to recognise reality and scrap the proposed changes to commerical vehicle tax.

The Fine Gael Deputy claims that Donegal would be severly hit as almost 1400 vehicles have been registered in the county for the first 7 months of this year.

He says plumbers, electricians, tradesmen, farmers and many others in the commercial economy would need to purchase a second vehicle for non-work related journeys.

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