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Car scrappage scheme 2014: direct registrations to dealers, cars older than 8 years accepted

The Ministry of the Environment and Climatic Changes (MMSC) together with the Environment Fund Administration (AFM) submits for public debate the draft law of the Minister of the Environment to pass the Financing Guide for the car scrappage scheme known as “Rabla.”

The scrappage scheme on 2014 could bring some novelty items among which the direct registration of citizens to dealers and the skipping of collectors, as well as the acceptance of cars older than 8 years, with 20,000 tickets to be distributed in amount of RON 6,500 each. According to the draft law submitted for public debate, the budget allocated to the programme is RON 140 million. The cars older or 8 years old will be included in the programme, compared to 10 years as it was up to now. It is not mandatory that the person who scraps their car should buy a new one, as other persons could benefit from the discount scheme. Same as last year, in order to stimulate the purchase of environment-friendly cars, an eco-bonus worth RON 500 could be provided along with the scrappage money, in order either to purchase a new car whose engine generates a carbon dioxide emission lower than 100g/km or to purchase a new car with a hybrid propelling system. The draft Financing Guide for Rabla scrappage scheme 2014 is up for public debate on the MMSC and AFM websites for ten days, in effect since Wednesday, March 5


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