|Date Ended:||June 2007|
|Policy Type:||Economic Instruments>Fiscal/financial incentives>Tax relief|
|Agency:||Federal Public Service of Finance|
|Legal References:||section 44 of the Law of July 9, 2004; section 79 of the Law April 27, 2007|
In January 2005, the Belgian government offered a tax reduction for money spent on the purchase of a new passenger or light-duty vehicle emitting a maximum of 115 gCO2/km. The reduction was up to 15% of the vehicle price (max. 4000 EUR) for cars with CO2 emissions lower than 105 g / km, and up to 3% of the vehicle price (max. 750 EUR) for cars with CO2 emissions between 105 and 115 g / km. Auto dealers were required to provide an attestation to the vehicle buyer, who could then apply for a tax reduction. In July 2007, the scheme was replaced by a direct reduction off the vehicle purchase price, reimbursed directly to the auto dealer.
|This record is superseded by:||Incentives for the purchase of low emission vehicles|
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