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Transport Malta has notified GRTU that it will very shortly be implementing a Budget measure as stipulated in the Budgetary Bill, 2015.
“Transport Malta in conjunction with the Ministry for Transport and Infrastructure, receiving applications in accordance with a New Scheme to register Category M1 (Passenger Cars) and Motorcycles to be used during weekends and Public/National Holidays Only”
In accordance with the 2015 Budget measures, as from the 2ndFebruary 2015, Transport Malta will be receiving applications to register Category M1 (vehicles used for the carriage of persons and which may carry no more than eight passengers in addition to the driver) and Motorcycles to be used during weekends and Public/National Holidays Only.
Such vehicles will be registered and licensed through the normal system, but the registration plates will be of a red colour and hence differentiate from the current fleet. Furthermore vehicles registered under this scheme may not be parked on the public road between Monday to Friday (both days included). The registration tax payable under this Scheme will amount to 40% of the full registration tax due. The Annual Circulation Licence Fee will be paid annually in full.
This measure will apply ONLY to M1 vehicles with CO2emission levels equal to or greater than 221g/km and must have an Emission level equivalent to the latest Euro standard or Latest -1 Euro standard and motorcycles with an engine capacity equal or greater to 801cc. A minimum level of registration tax equal to €2,000 for M1 vehicles and €1,000 for motorcycles will be established, applicable to both new and used vehicles being registered under this scheme. The objective of this scheme is to introduce a concept where high emission vehicles and motorcycles are kept off the roads during the week and hence reducing pollution. “
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