Car dealers, drivers, spare parts dealers and car owners will embark on a demonstration.
The demonstration is to inform the government to change its stance on the Engine Capacity Levy which imposes a tax on cars with high engine capacity.
According to the car dealers, Spare Parts Dealers and the Drivers, since the policy came into force, it has affected their business.
The car dealers, according to them, are unable to sale the cars with high engine capacity any longer as no one is willing to pay the tax.
Also, the spare parts dealers are also not happy with the policy because it has affected the sale of their products.
And the commercial drivers are also saying their car owners are not threatening to take and park their cars as they are not willing to pay the tax.
According to the Vehicle and Assets Dealers Association, they have tried to convince the government to change its stand yet nothing has been done about it.
The policy ensures that owners of cars with high engine capacity must pay ¢2, 000, ¢1, 5000 and ¢1,000 when they renew their road worthy.
by: Nana Asabere