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Vrt.ie is an independant website providing information about motoring matters such as VRT in Ireland (Vehicle Registration Tax), importing cars to Ireland, etc. We also provide a VRT calculator, CO2 emissions calculator and Irish road tax calculator.

  • Quick C02 Emissions and VRT Rate Calculator
  • Make:    

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    CO2 Emissions:
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    Rates are for information purposes only, for exact rate please use our VRT easy complete calculator.

  • VRT Calculator
  • Please enter vehicle details manually by clicking here to get a VRT quote.


  • Road Tax Calculator
  • What year is your car?
    2008 or newer
    Older than 2008
    Please enter the car's engine cc's:
    Rate Per Year :
     
    6 Months :
     
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    Please enter the car's co2 emissions:
    Rate Per Year :
     
    6 Months :
     
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    You can calculate your motor tax also by downloading our app and simply entering your vehicle registration number.

What is VRT? Vehicle Registration Tax is a tax charged when one registers a new or imported used car in Ireland.

UK and Ireland Car History Checking: VRT.ie offer both UK and Ireland car history checking in association with Cartell.ie. How does it work? Simply enter the UK or Irish car registartion below and click enter....its that simple!

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VRT.ie discussion forum: The VRT discussion forum allow members of the public to openly discuss VRT and other motoring topics and get answers to issues relating to VRT that they are not clear about. This has built up to become a huge bank of information. Feel free to browse or register and make a post. If you encounter any problems let us know. Please note that old discussions may refer to VRT regulations that have since changed


How is VRT calculated?
VRT is calculated in 3 ways depending on the type of vehicle being registered.
In most cases it is calculated as a percentage of a vehicle's Open Market Selling Price (OMSP) which is the expected retail price of the car as calculated by revenue.
In some cases it is charged as a set fee.
For motorcycles it is based on engine cc's.