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Duty illegal

FLEET managers looking to offload used cars in Hungary will be pleased the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has declared illegal high Hungarian registration duty charged on imported second-hand vehicles.

Registration duties on old vehicles previously used in Hungary are reduced to take depreciation into account, and so are lower than imported cars. The ECJ said this amounted to illegal discrimination under EU freedom of trade rules.

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