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Czech Gov't Expands Eco Tax On Old Cars

by Ulrika Lomas, Tax-News.com, Brussels

14 May 2015


The Czech Government has proposed broadening its levy on the registration of old vehicles, in an effort to improve the environmental efficiency of cars used on Czech roads.

Currently the Czech Republic levies a one-off levy of either CZK3,000 (USD124) or CZK5,000 on very old vehicles. Under the proposals, these charges would rise to CZK5,000 and CZK10,000, respectively. A new charge of CZK3,000 would apply to cars manufactured during the period January 2000 to January 2005.

The new charges will apply when an imported car is registered for the first time, or when a second-hand car is re-registered.

TAGS: environment | tax | environmental tax | legislation | Czech Republic | standards | Europe

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