Rząd nie chce podatku od aut spalinowych

The government doesn’t want a new tax, but it may have no choice

A tax on internal combustion cars is to come into force in Poland from 2025. However, the new government wants to avoid this.

The National Construction Plan, prepared by Mateusz Morawiecki’s government, included the idea of ​​introducing a tax on internal combustion cars. This one was supposed to have a double dimension. On the one hand, drivers would pay more during the registration fee, and additionally they would also have to pay for owning such a car. The new government wants to withdraw from this.

Tax on internal combustion cars

Initially, the new government, specifically the Deputy Minister of Climate and Environment Krzysztof Bolesta, informed that work was underway to introduce a tax on combustion cars. The registration fee would be in force from the first quarter of 2025, and the car ownership tax from 2026.

However, now the government wants to withdraw from this. Katarzyna Pełczyńska-Nałęcz, Minister of Funds and Regional Policy, announced that talks will be held with the European Union to remove this idea from the KPO.

We will talk to the European Commission to remove the tax on combustion cars. We need to introduce the Green Deal, but not with bans, but with incentives.

– said Katarzyna Pełczyńska-Nałęcz on TVN24.

At the moment, it is not known whether Brussels will agree to remove the tax on internal combustion cars from the KPO. A large part of the budget from the National Reconstruction Plan is to be allocated, among other things, to climate goals.

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