Budget 2014: what does it mean for motorists?

Adrian Holliday
George Osborne in a Jaguar
George Osborne in a Jaguar

British drivers have been given some respite from George Osborne. The threat of a fuel duty rise has been banished in the Chancellor's new Budget. Osborne claims fuel prices are now up to 20% lower than they might have been under Labour. The motoring news was broadly expected. What else does the Chancellor offer - or take away - from British motorists?

Are they better off in any meaningful way really? %VIRTUAL-SkimlinksPromo%