Tuesday, June 6, 2023

For the ‘chocolate’ cars, they exceeded the goal of collecting placards in San Pedro

The “chocolate” cars helped exceed established targets in vehicle rights payments, recognized Uriel Rojas, head of the revenue collection office in the municipality of San Pedro, who said there were about 2,000 valid units. who joined the register.

He insisted that around 15,000 units had been registered till last year, though he clarified that a large number of them are vehicles that take loans, though a good portion are already “junk” or sold for parts. , but due to the fact that the account that their owners were not deregistered and if regular units are taken into account, the register increased to 17,000 vehicles.

The official pointed out that generally the recovery of payment of this tax is around 40 percent (%) but with regularization they reached up to 50 percent, but if the target established year after year is taken into account, it would be in 117 percent. was achieved. ,

These results, he said, are in line with support, since it must be remembered that the decree for the regularization of cars started last year and, with respect to the comarca Lagunera, the modules of the Public Vehicle Registry were established in Torreón and Francisco I. The owners of Madero and Chocolate cars paid their vehicle rights in those municipalities, but until this 2023 they paid their taxes in their native places and there were those who waited until this year, announcing the extension of the decree legalize their units.

“We comply with the budget that has been assigned to us year after year, we have 117% compared to last year, it should be noted that this is due to the regularization of cars. The details are that the regularization began in late 2022 and people waited until after the year to start the regularization and before that the vehicle legalizing entry stopped where the process was done, which in this case was between Torreón and Francisco Madero. , but since they already had support, they automatically go to their native municipalities, ”he reiterated.

He even said that license plates cost 2,500 pesos for foreign-origin cars, but were exempted in some cases, so many paid around 1,500 pesos.

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