Lower road tax income due to delayed plates. | SMN News

PHILIPSBURG:— The General Audit Chamber submitted its report entitled “Mini audit on the income from motor vehicle tax” to Parliament today. The report presents findings and conclusions about the collection of revenue from the motor vehicle tax, sometimes referred to as the ‘road tax’.

An analysis of the evolution of motor vehicle tax (road tax) income shows an upward trend except for 2013 and 2018 (after Hurricane Irma). For 2020, this trend seems to have stalled. Using the first quarterly report of 2020, the Audit Chamber found that income fell sharply compared to the same period in 2019. The difference

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