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Q:

What are the current advisory fuel rates (AFRs)?

A:

Rates from September 1, 2020

Petrol

Engine size (cc) Mean MPG Applied MPG Fuel price (per litre) Fuel price (per gallon) Rate per mile Advisory fuel rate
Up to 1400 57.0 52.7 113.0 pence 513.9 pence 9.7 pence 10 pence
1401 to 2000 48.2 44.6 113.0 pence 513.9 pence 11.5 pence 12 pence
Over 2000 32.7 30.3 113.0 pence 513.9 pence 17.0 pence 17 pence

Diesel

Engine size (cc) Mean MPG Applied MPG Fuel price (per litre) Fuel price (per gallon) Rate per mile Advisory fuel rate
Up to 1600 71.3 65.9 118.0 pence 536.4 pence 8.1 pence 8 pence
1601 to 2000 57.9 53.4 118.0 pence 536.4 pence 10.1 pence 10 pence
Over 2000 49.8 45.8 118.0 pence 536.4 pence 11.7 pence 12 pence

LPG 

Engine size (cc) Mean MPG Applied MPG Fuel price (per litre) Fuel price (per gallon) Rate per mile Advisory fuel rate
Up to 1400 45.6 42.2 64.6 pence 293.7 pence 7.0 pence 7 pence
1401 to 2000 38.5 35.7 64.6 pence 293.7 pence 8.2 pence 8 pence
Over 2000 26.2 24.2 64.6 pence 293.7 pence 12.1 pence 12 pence
 

 

NOTE: From September 1, 2018 HMRC introduced an advisory fuel rate (AFR) for pure electric cars at 4 pence per mile (ppl).

The new rate, called the Advisory Electricity Rate (AER), has been set at 4p per mile and is published alongside AFRs for petrol, diesel and LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) cars based on engine size.

Plug-in hybrid and hybrid cars will continue to be treated as either petrol or diesel models for mileage reimbursement purposes.


Previous rates, valid from June 1, 2020. 

You can use the previous rates for up to one month from the date the new rates apply.

Engine size Petrol - amount per mile LPG - amount per mile
1400cc or less 10 pence 6 pence
1401cc to 2000cc 12 pence 8 pence
Over 2000cc 17 pence 11 pence

 

Engine size Diesel - amount per mile
1600cc or less 8 pence
1601cc to 2000cc 9 pence
Over 2000cc 12 pence

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