Anger and rejection have greeted the implementation of the levy imposed on vehicles with high engine capacities.
Some of the car owners are complaining that the targeting of contributors was misplaced.
The GRAPHIC BUSINESS observed at two separate private garages mandated to test and issue roadworthy certificates to vehicles that although vehicle owners were complying with the tax requirement, they were only doing so to avoid legal actions against them.
One such car owner, Mr Reginald Owusu, who had visited the Achimota Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) centre on August 6 to renew the roadworthy certificate of his 1999 Ford Expedition told the paper that, “ I think the targeting of who pays this levy is misplaced”.
He explained that his old vehicle, which was almost out of shape, could not be classified as a luxury car and added that the government should have limited the imposition of the levy on newly imported vehicles wi