Exotic sports cars will be subject to fines in FranceOctober 12, 2020
This is reported by Bloomberg.
According to published data, a bill was submitted to the French parliament to double the size of fines for emissions of harmful substances into the atmosphere. In addition, according to the new plan, cars that emit more than 225 grams of carbon dioxide per kilometer into the atmosphere will be taxed at the maximum rate.
Thus, owners of cars like Porsche 911, Mercedes-AMG GT, Rolls-Royce Ghost, Lamborghini Urus, Ferrari 812 and many others could potentially be included in the list of persons paying not only higher taxes, but also higher emission penalties.
While the new bill is under consideration. If the document comes into force, then the owners of expensive sports cars will have a hard time – according to preliminary data, the amount of only one tax on a car can reach 50,000 euros.
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