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  • Anforme Should governments intervene in the car market to prevent environmental damage?

Anforme Should governments intervene in the car market to prevent environmental damage?

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Andrew Ireson, Head of Economics, Oundle School, examines the case for government intervention to influence how motorists drive their motor vehicles.

 

Summary of Key Points:

  • Car travel results in pollution and this raises the issue of whether state intervention is appropriate.
  • Vehicle excise duty and fuel tax affect how motorists use their vehicles.
  • Thus far these fiscal measures appear to have had little impact on how
    motorists have reacted in using their vehicle.

This article is from ET Volume 15 Issue 3.

Andrew Ireson, Head of Economics, Oundle School, examines the case for government intervention to influence how motorists drive their motor vehicles.

 

Summary of Key Points:

  • Car travel results in pollution and this raises the issue of whether state intervention is appropriate.
  • Vehicle excise duty and fuel tax affect how motorists use their vehicles.
  • Thus far these fiscal measures appear to have had little impact on how
    motorists have reacted in using their vehicle.

This article is from ET Volume 15 Issue 3.

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