In England for commercial vehicles there is a reduced taxation class called Private LGV. Essentially, if you use a HGV for your work, but your work is not haulage for reward, then you fall into this class.
Examples would be a contractor who does driveways and uses a lorry for carrying tar, kerbstones etc. His primary business is building not haulage, and would therefore pay a reduced rate for his lorry. Similarly for a farmer who uses a lorry for carrying hay, grain etc.
Is there an equivalent here - is this the category of 'general haulage tractor' which has a tax rate of 288 euro per year?
Can anyone point to where the taxation classes are defined on the internet as I have failed to find it.