Car tax, four (legal) tricks to never pay it

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The car tax is among the taxes most hated by Italian motorists, because it is considered a useless and exaggeratedly high tax for any type of vehicle, consequently it is also among the most evaded taxes ever. Few pay for it.

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Most people avoid paying the car tax by using the vehicle to move from one part of the city to another, or even to travel in the hope to never get caught.

In fact, the police are not involved in the control of this tax, but only in the control of the insurance. Therefore, following a check at the checkpoint, you can receive a hefty fine in the absence of insurance but not due to unpaid car tax.

It is only the revenue agency that ascertains the situation of the stamp duties, which then sends the folders, house to house.

Here’s how not to pay car tax legally

Unlike insurance that you only have to pay if you use the vehicle to get around, the car tax must always be paid, because it is the tax on possession. In reality, not everyone knows that there are tricks that allow you not to pay the car tax legally, without running any particular risk. Let’s see what it is.

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Some people may not pay their car tax making use of the law 104, both disabled people and those who look after them, parents or guardians can do it. To have the exemption to pay the car tax, are also all those who own a vintage car, historic cars or those who have the car subjected to administrative detention.

Unlike Friuli Venezia Giulia and Sardinia where the Revenue Agency is responsible for checking the payment of the car taxin all regions the stamp is in the hands of the Region itself.

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Sending the notice of payment of the stamp duty, what you need to know

If the Agenzia delle Entrate or the reference region does not send the notice of payment of the car tax by 3December 1 of the third year following the paymentthe request is illegitimate, therefore due to the forfeiture, the recipient can decide not to pay without committing an offence.

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What you need to do is just inquire about compliance with the terms by the region or the Revenue Agency. The date of dispatch of the envelope is considered, i.e. the date when the notice was delivered to the post office and not when it left from the post office.

Then you need to know that the stamp duty expires after three years, so after these years you no longer have the duty to pay it.