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Electronic intersections for uninsured vehicles

Electronic intersections for uninsured vehicles

The new control system for electronic crossings Uninsured vehiclesWhy is it not too late? KTEO And for those who have not been paid for Traffic fees they. The draft law also includes penalties for vehicles idle in circulation, while changing the enforcement system Fines In late payment of traffic fees.

The bill activates a new system of electronic checks using various government databases to identify vehicles that are uninsured, have not undergone a road traffic control inspection, whose owners have not paid road tax or debts that may arise if transformation.

Audits will be conducted every six months by electronic verification of data drawn from its databases Addy, from the Ministries of Infrastructure and Transport, the Protection of Citizens, the Interior, Immigration and Asylum, the Union of Insurance Companies, from the Assistance Capital Registry of Insured Vehicles, the Alternative Vehicle Administration of Greece and Taxinet. If violations are detected, the holder of the vehicle registration license will be notified and the following fines will be imposed:

1. In the case of an uninsured vehicle:

– 1,000 euros for buses and trucks of general use.

– 500 euros for passenger cars and other vehicles of any nature.

– 250 euros for two bikes.

A new electronic control system was activated using various government databases.

2. If the traffic tax debt is outstanding for at least one year, the traffic tax due is confirmed in full after the corresponding penalty. If fees are paid late, fines are divided into:

• 25% of the fee if it is paid during January of the following year of the payment year.

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• 50% of the fee if paid in February.

• 100% if payment is made after the end of February.

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3. If it is found that the vehicle has not undergone the periodic technical inspection (KTEO), the fine imposed by the Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport will be imposed. It is noteworthy that after the violation is proven, new electronic monitoring is conducted within a period ranging from 3 to 12 months from the date of imposition of the fine. If it is proven that the owner has not complied until the new inspection, the vehicle registration license and plates are removed, which are only returned upon presentation of the relevant insurance policy, a valid KTEO card or a certificate of non-payment of road tax, as the case may be, and proof of payment of the fine.

Vehicles that are not insured, have not had an MOT and have not had road tax paid in the last seven years are placed on temporary inactivity. The vehicle owners are then notified to either initiate the final disabling of the vehicles and remove them from the records, declare them immobile, or re-circulate them if they take the necessary procedures.

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If a vehicle for which an immobilization declaration has been submitted is discovered in traffic, or is found parked in a different place than the one it was declared, the immobilization is lifted and a fine of €10,000 is imposed by the AADE in addition to the traffic toll and the non-payment fine. It is noteworthy that monitoring is carried out after the issuance of a monitoring order or after electronic crossings by the AADE by extracting data from highway concessionaires as well as through a special mobile device application to scan the license plate.

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Digital stamp duty

For more than 100 years, stamp duty has been withheld and the government is moving towards digitizing it as well as abolishing many of the instances where it is imposed. The Greek state’s revenues are estimated at 360 million euros, and after the changes, they will be limited to 335 million euros. Although discussions continue within the finance team, the proposals presented speak of a reduction in fee cases of up to 27 million euros.

Stamp duty is a tax imposed on many transactions for which a document is prepared in Greece. Stamping is also imposed on transactions recorded by entries in merchants’ accounting books, as well as on written payment for contracts that were not stamped when issued. Contracts subject to estate transfer tax, parental benefit tax, gift or inheritance tax, etc., are not subject to stamp duty.