Road-fund licence - definition of road-fund licence by The Free Dictionary
(Automotive Engineering) Brit a licence showing that the tax payable in respect of a motor vehicle has been paid
[C20: from the former road fund for the maintenance of public highways]
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It comes on-the-road with 12 months' road-fund licence
and registration paid, plus pounds 500 to spend on tools.
8 g/km respectively for the Rally 2 and 4, both cars qualify for a pounds 100 12 month road-fund licence
and fall into the lowest 15 per cent tax for company car users.
One hundred road-fund licence
evaders caught on camera as they passed a bridge on the A48 at Margam, Port Talbot, will now receive letters asking them to pay the pounds 160 fee and any back duty they owe for previous years.