We’d like to thank you for your feedback on our proposals. The Board has reviewed your feedback and have now made their final recommendations to the Minister.
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You've told us that different CUs across the ADR industry unfairly result in different levy amounts for essentially the same activity. We’ve begun to look into it, and this page tells you what we're proposing. Let us know what you think before 5pm 9 October 2017.
Starting this year, we’ll be reviewing and consulting on ACC levies every two years – so you’ll have greater certainty about the levies you pay.
Everyone who earns an income in New Zealand pays an Earners’ levy. Because of an increase in claims and costs, we’re proposing a small increase to the levy rate.
As a vehicle owner you pay Motor Vehicle levies every time you buy petrol at the pump, and when you pay license (rego) fees. We’re proposing a lower levy rate.
All business owners, employers and anyone who is self-employed in New Zealand pay a Work levy. We’re proposing to lower the average levy rate.
We’re reviewing our approach to how we help New Zealand businesses create healthy and safe workplaces and reward them through their levies.
How much you pay on your vehicle license (rego) fee depends on the type of vehicle you own. We’re proposing to lower most of the levy rates.
The motorcycle levy provides cover for motorcycle accidents, but it’s not enough to cover the cost of injuries – this is largely subsidised by other motorists. We want to help keep the balance right across all vehicle owners.
We calculate levy rates for most cars in New Zealand using vehicle risk rating bands. On behalf of the Minister of ACC, we're proposing to decrease the levy rates for all bands.
On behalf of the Minister for ACC, we’re proposing to keep the Motorcycle Safety levy the same. This levy funds motorcycle road safety and injury prevention initiatives for motorcyclists.
We fund programmes and work closely with partners in the community to help reduce the number and severity of injuries whether at home, work or play.
Shaping Our Future is an organisation-wide strategy to improve our customers’ outcomes and experiences, and to increase public trust and confidence in ACC.
With an ever-changing transport environment, new vehicle technology and ways of getting around, we need to make sure we’re keeping up with these changes.