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(a) not exceeding 3.5 metric tons 
  
(b) exceeding 3.5 metric tons but not exceeding 7.0 metric tons 
  
(c) exceeding 7.0 metric tons but not exceeding 11.0 metric tons 
  
(d) exceeding 11.0 metric tons but not exceeding 16.0 metric tons 
  
(e) exceeding 16.0 metric tons but not exceeding 20.0 metric tons (with 3 axles) 
  
(f) exceeding 16.0 metric tons but not exceeding 20.0 metric tons (with 2 axles) 
  
(g) exceeding 20.0 metric tons but not exceeding 26.0 metric tons (with 3 axles) 
  
  
3. Buses constructed for the carriage of passengers not exceeding 30 persons, using petroleum as fuel — 
  
  
(a) not exceeding 3.5 metric tons 
  
(b) exceeding 3.5 metric tons but not exceeding 7.0 metric tons 
  
(c) exceeding 7.0 metric tons but not exceeding 11.0 metric tons 
  
(d) exceeding 11.0 metric tons but not exceeding 16.0 metric tons 
  
(e) exceeding 16.0 metric tons but not exceeding 20.0 metric tons (with 3 axles) 
  
(f) exceeding 16.0 metric tons but not exceeding 20.0 metric tons (with 2 axles) 
  
(g) exceeding 20.0 metric tons but not exceeding 26.0 metric tons (with 3 axles) 
  
  
4. Buses which are CNG vehicles, electric vehicles or hybrid vehicles and constructed for the carriage of passengers not exceeding 30 persons — 
  
  
(a) not exceeding 3.5 metric tons 
  
(b) exceeding 3.5 metric tons but not exceeding 7.0 metric tons 
  
(c) exceeding 7.0 metric tons but not exceeding 11.0 metric tons 
  
(d) exceeding 11.0 metric tons but not exceeding 16.0 metric tons 
  
(e) exceeding 16.0 metric tons but not exceeding 20.0 metric tons (with 3 axles) 
  
(f) exceeding 16.0 metric tons but not exceeding 20.0 metric tons (with 2 axles) 
  
(g) exceeding 20.0 metric tons but not exceeding 26.0 metric tons (with 3 axles) 
  
  
5. Buses constructed for the carriage of passengers exceeding 30 persons, using diesel as fuel — 
  
  
(a) exceeding 3.5 metric tons but not exceeding 7.0 metric tons 
  
(b) exceeding 7.0 metric tons but not exceeding 11.0 metric tons 
  
(c) exceeding 11.0 metric tons but not exceeding 16.0 metric tons 
  
(d) exceeding 16.0 metric tons but not exceeding 20.0 metric tons (with 3 axles) 
  
(e) exceeding 16.0 metric tons but not exceeding 20.0 metric tons (with 2 axles) 
  
(f) exceeding 20.0 metric tons but not exceeding 26.0 metric tons (with 3 axles) 
  
  
6. Buses constructed for the carriage of passengers exceeding 30 persons, using petroleum as fuel — 
  
  
(a) exceeding 3.5 metric tons but not exceeding 7.0 metric tons 
  
(b) exceeding 7.0 metric tons but not exceeding 11.0 metric tons 
  
(c) exceeding 11.0 metric tons but not exceeding 16.0 metric tons 
  
(d) exceeding 16.0 metric tons but not exceeding 20.0 metric tons (with 3 axles) 
  
(e) exceeding 16.0 metric tons but not exceeding 20.0 metric tons (with 2 axles) 
  
(f) exceeding 20.0 metric tons but not exceeding 26.0 metric tons (with 3 axles) 
  
  
7. Buses which are CNG vehicles, electric vehicles or hybrid vehicles and constructed for the carriage of passengers exceeding 30 persons — 
  
  
(a) exceeding 3.5 metric tons but not exceeding 7.0 metric tons 
  
(b) exceeding 7.0 metric tons but not exceeding 11.0 metric tons 
  
(c) exceeding 11.0 metric tons but not exceeding 16.0 metric tons 
  
(d) exceeding 16.0 metric tons but not exceeding 20.0 metric tons (with 3 axles) 
  
(e) exceeding 16.0 metric tons but not exceeding 20.0 metric tons (with 2 axles) 
  
(f) exceeding 20.0 metric tons but not exceeding 26.0 metric tons (with 3 axles) 
  
  
8. Goods vehicles (excluding prime movers and goodscumpassengers vehicles) using diesel as fuel — 
  
  
(a) not exceeding 3.5 metric tons 
  
(b) exceeding 3.5 metric tons but not exceeding 7.0 metric tons 
  
(c) exceeding 7.0 metric tons but not exceeding 11.0 metric tons 
  
(d) exceeding 11.0 metric tons but not exceeding 16.0 metric tons 
  
(e) exceeding 16.0 metric tons but not exceeding 20.0 metric tons (with 2 axles) 
  
(f) exceeding 16.0 metric tons but not exceeding 20.0 metric tons (with 3 axles) 
  
(g) exceeding 20.0 metric tons but not exceeding 26.0 metric tons 
  
(h) exceeding 26.0 metric tons but not exceeding 32.0 metric tons 
  
(i) exceeding 32.0 metric tons but not exceeding 40.0 metric tons (with 4 axles) 
  
(j) exceeding 32.0 metric tons but not exceeding 40.0 metric tons (with 5 or more axles) 
  
(k) exceeding 40.0 metric tons but not exceeding 55.0 metric tons 
  
(l) exceeding 55.0 metric tons 
  
  
9. Goods vehicles (excluding prime movers and goodscumpassengers vehicles) using petroleum as fuel — 
  
  
(a) not exceeding 3.5 metric tons 
  
(b) exceeding 3.5 metric tons but not exceeding 7.0 metric tons 
  
(c) exceeding 7.0 metric tons but not exceeding 11.0 metric tons 
  
(d) exceeding 11.0 metric tons but not exceeding 16.0 metric tons 
  
(e) exceeding 16.0 metric tons but not exceeding 20.0 metric tons (with 2 axles) 
  
(f) exceeding 16.0 metric tons but not exceeding 20.0 metric tons (with 3 axles) 
  
(g) exceeding 20.0 metric tons but not exceeding 26.0 metric tons 
  
(h) exceeding 26.0 metric tons but not exceeding 32.0 metric tons 
  
(i) exceeding 32.0 metric tons but not exceeding 40.0 metric tons (with 4 axles) 
  
(j) exceeding 32.0 metric tons but not exceeding 40.0 metric tons (with 5 or more axles) 
  
(k) exceeding 40.0 metric tons but not exceeding 55.0 metric tons 
  
(l) exceeding 55.0 metric tons 
  
  
10. Goods vehicles (excluding prime movers and goodscumpassengers vehicles) which are CNG vehicles, electric vehicles or hybrid vehicles — 
  
  
(a) not exceeding 3.5 metric tons 
  
(b) exceeding 3.5 metric tons but not exceeding 7.0 metric tons 
  
(c) exceeding 7.0 metric tons but not exceeding 11.0 metric tons 
  
(d) exceeding 11.0 metric tons but not exceeding 16.0 metric tons 
  
(e) exceeding 16.0 metric tons but not exceeding 20.0 metric tons (with 2 axles) 
  
(f) exceeding 16.0 metric tons but not exceeding 20.0 metric tons (with 3 axles) 
  
(g) exceeding 20.0 metric tons but not exceeding 26.0 metric tons 
  
(h) exceeding 26.0 metric tons but not exceeding 32.0 metric tons 
  
(i) exceeding 32.0 metric tons but not exceeding 40.0 metric tons (with 4 axles) 
  
(j) exceeding 32.0 metric tons but not exceeding 40.0 metric tons (with 5 or more axles) 
  
(k) exceeding 40.0 metric tons but not exceeding 55.0 metric tons 
  
(l) exceeding 55.0 metric tons 
  
  
11. Prime movers using diesel as fuel — 
  
  
(a) not exceeding 20.0 metric tons 
  
(b) exceeding 20.0 metric tons but not exceeding 26.0 metric tons 
  
(c) exceeding 26.0 metric tons but not exceeding 32.0 metric tons 
  
(d) exceeding 32.0 metric tons but not exceeding 40.0 metric tons 
  
(e) exceeding 40.0 metric tons but not exceeding 55.0 metric tons 
  
(f) exceeding 55.0 metric tons 
  
  
12. Prime movers using petroleum as fuel — 
  
  
(a) not exceeding 20.0 metric tons 
  
(b) exceeding 20.0 metric tons but not exceeding 26.0 metric tons 
  
(c) exceeding 26.0 metric tons but not exceeding 32.0 metric tons 
  
(d) exceeding 32.0 metric tons but not exceeding 40.0 metric tons 
  
(e) exceeding 40.0 metric tons but not exceeding 55.0 metric tons 
  
(f) exceeding 55.0 metric tons 
  
  
13. Prime movers which are CNG vehicles, electric vehicles or hybrid vehicles — 
  
  
(a) not exceeding 20.0 metric tons 
  
(b) exceeding 20.0 metric tons but not exceeding 26.0 metric tons 
  
(c) exceeding 26.0 metric tons but not exceeding 32.0 metric tons 
  
(d) exceeding 32.0 metric tons but not exceeding 40.0 metric tons 
  
(e) exceeding 40.0 metric tons but not exceeding 55.0 metric tons 
  
(f) exceeding 55.0 metric tons 
  
  
14. Goodscumpassengers vehicles using diesel as fuel — 
  
  
(a) not exceeding 3.5 metric tons 
  
(b) exceeding 3.5 metric tons 
  
  
15. Goodscumpassengers vehicles using petroleum as fuel — 
  
  
(a) not exceeding 3.5 metric tons 
  
(b) exceeding 3.5 metric tons 
  
  
16. Goodscumpassengers vehicles which are CNG vehicles, electric vehicles or hybrid vehicles — 
  
  
(a) not exceeding 3.5 metric tons 
  
(b) exceeding 3.5 metric tons 
  


1 For the purposes of computing fees payable under this Schedule, any fraction of a dollar shall be reckoned as one dollar. 

2. Monthly licence fee payable shall be computed on a prorata basis. 

3. Annual licence fee payable shall be double the halfyearly licence fee and shall be computed on a prorata basis. 

4. Taxis equipped with engines using heavy oil, diesel oil, liquefied petroleum gas, natural gas or any other gas as fuel or fitted with producer gas or other gas attachments are chargeable with additional special tax under the Customs Act (Cap. 70).”. 
