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On The Road (OTR)

What is a car's on-the-road price?

A car’s on the road (OTR) price is the list price plus the extra costs that needed to actually get the car on the road. These are a delivery charge (usually a few hundred pounds), the new vehicle registration fee and first year’s car tax, the cost of number plates and the price of half a tank of fuel.

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What is a car's list price?

The list price of a new car is the recommended retail price. It is what buyers pay before various charges are added on that then add up to the on-the-road (OTR) price.

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