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Road tax 2023: when is it charged to myCar, in which cases a fine of up to 30 thousand euros is imposed

The time when the 2023 toll will be published is approaching, as the AADE prepares to send out notices of the amount that those who have vehicles in their name, such as cars, motorcycles, etc., will have to pay.

The 2023 toll fees that each car owner must pay on AADE’s own myCar platform are expected to be published by November 15, with the deadline for paying them, as in every year, December 31, 2022, but there is a long possibility of getting an extension from Ministry of Finance, something we’ve seen happen in previous years as well.


Once the traffic fee is posted on myCar from AADEOwners must download notices and pay fees by the deadline.

The notifications will carry a bank payment code, as well as a QR code for servicing payments in a physical bank store or via an electronic platform.


Other than that, for those who are not tech savvy, the possibility to pay the amount by visiting ELTA is still available.

Payments for this year

As many cars as they had Registered in Greece until October 31, 2010, it will pay road tax based on its cubic capacity.

For vehicles released after November 1, 2010, payment is made based on the CO2 emissions recorded in the registry, while those with the lowest values ​​are completely exempt – less than 90 or 122 g/km, depending on the date.

Specifically, the amounts each vehicle owner will be required to pay for the 2023 road tax are as follows:

Rating 1.11.2010 – 31.12.2020

  • 0-90 CO2 emissions: 0
  • 91-100 CO2 emissions: €0.90/g.
  • 101-120 CO2 emissions: €0.98/g.
  • 121-140 CO2 emissions: 1.20€/g.
  • Emissions of 141-160 CO2: 1.85€/g.
  • Emissions of 161-180 CO2: €2.45/g.
  • 181-200 CO2 emissions: €2.78/g.
  • 201-250 CO2 emissions: 3.05€/g.
  • Emissions of 251 CO2 and above: 3.72 EUR/g.

Rating 1.1.2021 so far

  • 0-122 Cube: 0
  • CO2 emissions 123-139: €0.64/g.
  • CO2 emissions 140-166: €0.70/g.
  • 167-208 CO2 emissions: €0.85/g.
  • 209-224 CO2 emissions: €1.87/g.
  • 225-240 CO2 emissions: €2.20/g.
  • CO2 emissions 241-260: €2.50/g.
  • Emissions of 261-280 CO2: 2.70€/g.
  • Emissions of 281 CO2 and above: 2.85€/g.

Classification up to December 31, 2000

  • 0-300 m3: 22 euros
  • 301-785 cubic meters 55 euros
  • 786-1,071 cubic meters: 120 euros
  • 1,072-1,357 cubic meters: 135 euros
  • 1358-1548 cubic meters 225 euros
  • 1549-1.738 cubic meters: 250 euros
  • 1,739-1,928 m3: €280
  • 1929 – 2357 cubic metres: 615 euros
  • 2358-3000 m3: 820 EUR
  • 3001-4000 cubic meters: 1025 euros
  • 4,001 m3 and above: 1,230 EUR

Classification 1.1.2001 – 31.12.2005

  • 0-300 m3: 22 euros
  • 301-785 cubic meters 55 euros
  • 786-1,071 cubic meters: 120 euros
  • 1,072-1,357 cubic meters: 135 euros
  • 1358-1548 cubic meters 240 euros
  • 1549-1.738 cubic meters 265 euros
  • 1,739-1,928 m3: 300 euros
  • 1929 – 2357 cubic metres: 630 euros
  • 2358-3000 m3: 840 EUR
  • 3001-4000 cubic meters: 1050 euros
  • 4,001 m3 and above: 1,260 EUR

Rating 1.1.2006 – 31.10.2010

  • 0-300 m3: 22 euros
  • 301-785 cubic meters 55 euros
  • 786-1,071 cubic meters: 120 euros
  • 1,072-1,357 cubic meters: 135 euros
  • 1358-1548 cubic meters 255 euros
  • 1549-1.738 cubic meters: 280 euros
  • 1,739-1,928 m3: 320 EUR
  • 1929-2357 cubic meters: 690 euros
  • 2358-3000 m3: 920 EUR
  • 3001-4000 cubic meters: 1150 euros
  • 4,001 m3 and above: 1,380 euros

What will be the fines for “stinginess”?

Late payment and non-payment of tolls, Punishable by a fine equal to 100% of the fees attributed to the vehicle.

More specifically, the amount of the fine is:

  • The amount of the fee is equal to if the car is a two-wheeler / tricycle or a passenger car.
  • Equivalent to 50% of the fee if the vehicle is a DX passenger
  • Zero if the road tax is less than 30 euros.

As is easily understood, the fines will be very “heavy” for those who transport their cars, While they set it digitally.

More specifically, the AADE toll guidelines state the following:

“A vehicle declared immobilized, if detected in the course of inspections by legally competent bodies and AADE services, either to be traded or to bear registration plates, the immobility is automatically lifted which is imposed by AADE in addition to road tax and a fine. Failure to pay those stipulated in the present provisions, and an administrative fine equal to ten thousand (10,000) euros».


Indeed, in case of repetition, the aforementioned fine shall be tripled, Any administrative fine equal to thirty thousand (30,000) euros, And by a decision of the legally competent authority, The driver’s license of the owner or holder of the vehicle is canceled for a period of three years.

In addition, it is emphasized that the car It was found parked in a different location than that announced in electronic deadlock or in passing, and is considered to have been launched.

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