The General Department of Taxation (GDT) announced this week that it will collect annual road tax payments from July 1 until November 30.
All vehicles—except motorbikes, ambulances, military vehicles, police cars, agricultural vehicles, embassy cars and vehicles used by international organisations—will be subject to payment. Engine size, year of production and car value will determine that amount of tax to be paid.
Fines will apply to those who have not paid by January 1.
Official data shows that the number of registered vehicles grew by 14 percent last year. There are over 3.2 million vehicles now registered, of which 2.7 million are motorbikes.
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