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Where Is The Lowest Transport Tax In Russia?

Where Is The Lowest Transport Tax In Russia?
Where Is The Lowest Transport Tax In Russia?

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Video: Russian transportation 2023, January
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Buying a car is not the only waste that awaits the new owner. Compulsory car insurance (OSAGO), scheduled technical inspection, winter tires, regular refueling and, of course, transport tax. The amount of this tax depends on the region in which the car is registered, its age and engine power. We found out where in Russia the tax burden on a car will be less, and where car owners will have to spend more.

In the course of the study, we examined tax rates using the example 6 models of different power for the age of five years. Here they are:

  • LadGranta, 87 horsepower.
  • KiRio, 107 horsepower.
  • Nissan Qashqai, 144 horsepower.
  • ToyotCamry, 181 horsepower.
  • ToyotLand Cruiser 200, 235 horsepower.
  • Infiniti QX70, 333 horsepower.

Paradise for owners of low-power cars (up to 100 horsepower) is in the Orenburg region: there is no need to pay tax on such cars at all. In the Kaliningrad and Sverdlovsk regions, the rate is the lowest in the country - 2 rubles 50 kopecks per horsepower. The tax on "Grant" here will be only 217 rubles 50 kopecks. Cars are the most expensive for residents of the Vologda, Kursk and Orenburg regions, as well as in the republics of Bashkortostan and Mari El: they pay 25 rubles for 1 hp.

The happiest owners of cars with motors ranging from 100 to 150 horsepower live in the republics of Ingushetia and Crimea, Sevastopol and the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug. In these regions, you have to pay 7 rubles for one horsepower, or just 749 rubles for the Rio and 1008 rubles for the Qashqai. The tax is 5 times higher in 10 regions: in Moscow, St. Petersburg and the region, the Vologda, Kursk, Novgorod and Oryol regions, the republics of Bashkortostan, Karelia, Mari El and Tatarstan.

In 7 other regions this power range is split at the border of 125 horsepower: in Moscow, the Jewish Autonomous Region, Kaluga, Kirov, Perm and Samara regions and the Republic of Buryatia, there are different rates for machines with a capacity of 100–125 and 125–150 hp.

The most loyal tax rates for cars with engines over 150, but not more than 200 horsepower are in the Republic of Ingushetia (10 rubles per horsepower), the Magadan region (15 rubles) and the Republic of Sakha (17 rubles). In the category of more than 200 horsepower, the Nenets Autonomous Okrug joins them.

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