On Tuesday, Greece’s finance ministry extended the 2022 road tax deadline by two months.
Motorists must now, no later than February 28, pay tax on vehicles that are in use, as well as those that have been registered as voluntarily withdrawn from circulation. The ministry stressed that there will be no extension after this date.
The toll rates for vehicles purchased since 2006 are as follows:
From 1072 cc to 1357 cc – Owner must pay 135 euros. From 1358 cc to 1548 cc – Owner must pay 255 euros. From 1549 cc to 1738 cc – owner must pay 280 euros From 1739 cc to 1928 cc – owner must pay 320 euros From 1929 cc to 2357 cc – owner must pay 690 euros. From 4001 cubic meters cm and above – the owner must pay 1380 euros.
Late payment of tax (or refusal to pay) will result in a fine. Fines start at € 10,000. In the event of a repetition of the violation, they are tripled and amount to 30,000 euros, and the owner’s or user’s driver’s license to drive a vehicle is withdrawn for 3 years.
The penalty is:
the amount of the levy if the vehicle is a two-wheeled / three-wheeled motorcycle or a car, 50% of the levy if the vehicle is a passenger, zero if the road tax is less than 30 euros.
Those who do not wish to pay the toll must “submit” their license plates electronically through the dedicated ADADE platform.
Owners with their TAXISNet codes should follow these steps:
If you are connected to the single digital portal of government AAΔE:
Log into the myCar app. Enter Taxisnet codes. Enter: a) city code b) street c) house number. Claim a parking space (rented or registered). Submit your application. Get the application number. Remove the plates from the vehicle and store them in a safe place.
Once the process is complete, the vehicle cannot be moved. Otherwise, fines of up to EUR 30,000 are stipulated in case of a repetition of the violation. The only way to move the vehicle is with temporary license plates, for which the driver must have car insurance with him.