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Švýcarsko vymýšlí nový model zdanění elektromobilů. Možná se stane precedentem

Switzerland introduces a new model for taxing electric cars. Maybe you’ll be a precedent

At a time when a number of European countries are putting more and more money under the dummy cauldron of the electric car boom, other countries, on the other hand, have begun to reduce various subsidies, perks and benefits. In this regard, therefore, there is no consensus on the old continent. It is another issue of concerns about how to fill the growing gaps in budgets after the disappearance of excise taxes on fuel. In this regard, quick action will be needed, because the longer electric car users enjoy tax exemption, the more painful it will be to return to a reality in which fuel tax revenue is a significant part of state budgets.

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The simple option of taxing rechargeable electricity is often considered, but currently that idea looks like a major fiasco due to the energy crisis. It is also not entirely clear how taxes on the flow of electricity to electric vehicles in the home, often from photovoltaic production, will be resolved. So, the Swiss Federal Council came up with a better idea. Taxes are based on kilometres. and immediately according to Ridepart.com tasked the Federal Department for Environment, Transport, Energy and Communications (DETEC) and the Federal Department of Finance (FDF) to submit future concrete proposals for future tax measures by the end of 2023, so that they could be implemented in 2030 at another.

This will be a difficult method, especially if the privacy of electric car owners will remain the same, or, conversely, should not rely solely on the data that they report. However, this model appears to be the most equitable at the moment and we have no doubt that it will find a number of successors if it proves viable. In short, the electric car tax haven is not sustainable in the long term, however, and the government faces the difficult task of ending it painlessly and as purposefully as possible.