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Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Bill self, how and where to pay

After we discussing issue if your car is totaled in accident, it's time to continue with this issue : It is important that every motorist takes well in mind the date of expiry of their car stamp, i.e. the fee linked to the possession of the vehicle. Usually the stamp has annually, and renewal must occur within the last day of the month following the month of expiration. So have until 31 January to pay the stamp duty, without interest, all those whose deadline was fixed for December 2012, or registering their cars in the period from December 22, 2012 and January 21, 2013. As regards the regions of Lombardia and Piemonte, the deadline for payment is fixed at 28 February, but only for those who matriculated the car between 1° and 31 January, in other regions like Puglia there are facilities for natural gas cars.
Bill self, how and where to pay
The delay in payment causes, as mentioned earlier, a penalty and interest, calculated according to the number of days of delay: If payment is made within 30 days after the expiry date, the penalty shall be equal to 3% of the original fee, to which should be added daily legal interests calculated on actual days of delay, whose annual percentage is equal to 2.5%. The penalty reaches the 3.75% instead of the initial fee, plus interest (always equal to 2.5%), if payment is made after the 30th day of delay but not more than one year. Conversely, for a whole year you forgot to pay the Bill, so the penalty reaches 30% of the original fee, which are always to add the interest due for each semester completed. From 2011 it is also introduced the so-called "repentance", which raises a further reduced penalty, equal to 0.2% i.e. for each day of delay, if the payment occurs within two weeks of expiration. Payment can be made not only in practical car agencies, but also in mail, in the Bank, tobacconist; only dedicated agencies you can correct any errors in your system. In addition, we recommend that you retain your receipt of payment for at least three years, primarily to avoid cases of "crazy": i.e. when reports of nonpayment for a stamp on a car that is no longer in possession of the motorist, or a stamp duty already paid. Having in its possession the receipts you can prove your payment, and avoid having to pay the fee again.

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