§ Mr. Gray
To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how much was raised in 2001–02 from(a) duty on motor fuel, (b) VAT on motor fuel, (c) VED, (d) VAT 1398W on the purchase of all motor vehicles, (e) benefit in kind tax on company cars (f) benefit in kind on free fuel to company car drivers and (g) insurance premium tax on motor insurance premiums. 
§ John Healey
In 2001–02, the amount of duty received from road fuel was £21.7 billion; £4.4 billion was raised from Vehicle Excise Duty; £2.5 billion was raised from benefit in kind tax on company cars; and £0.9 billion was raised from benefit in kind on fuel to company car drivers.
No figures are available for the amount of VAT raised specifically from either the sale of road fuel or the purchase of all motor vehicles.
Information specifically on insurance premium tax on motor insurance premiums is not collected. Customs & Excise do not require insurers to identify the specific types of insurance policies on which insurance premium tax is paid.