The registration fee for a car purchased from the secondary market will also be reduced.
As the deputy of the Legislative Chamber of Oliy Majlis Doniyor Ganiyev reported, on November 14, the government submitted a draft budget to the parliament.
According to the document, from January 1, 2022, the country will completely abolish the fees charged for the purchase of vehicles.
The amount of the state duty for notarization of car purchase and sale agreements has also been revised. Regardless of the engine power and the year of manufacture of the vehicle, the amount will be 3 BCAs (810,000 soums).
In addition, the registration fee for a car purchased from the secondary market will be reduced.
“For example, at present, in order to certify the contract of sale and purchase of a Nexia car, which was produced over the past three years with a capacity of 105 horsepower, an average of 5,535,000 soums must be spent. From January 1, this amount will amount to 1,600,000 soums,” the MP said.
Previously, it was reported that the Ministry of Finance intends to abolish payments for the purchase of cars from the secondary market when forming the budget parameters for 2022.