Brussels, 18 April 2018 – In March 2018 the EU passenger car market declined (-5.3%) for the first time this year, with registrations totalling 1,792,599 new cars – the first March drop since 2014.
Brussels, 16 April 2018 – The latest data shows that taxation on motor vehicles in the EU-15 is worth €413 billion annually – about three times the total budget of the European Union. This figure is up 4% compared with one year earlier.
ACEA’s Tax Guide provides an overview of specific taxes that are levied on motor vehicles in European countries, as well as in other key markets around the world.
More than 80 million passenger cars were produced around the world in 2017. This interactive infographic shows the 10 biggest car producing countries, worldwide and in the EU.
Brussels, 12 April 2018 – A report published today by the European Environment Agency (EEA) shows that there is still serious underinvestment in electric vehicle recharging infrastructure across Europe, with only one in three EU member states providing incentives.
CO2 taxation is now well established across the European Union. Most EU member states currently apply some form of CO2 tax to the registration and/or ownership of passenger cars.
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