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A 365-day motorway stamp should cost the same as a calendar year’s validity. This follows from a draft government regulation approved by the government on Wednesday. The material responds to the amendment to the Road Traffic Act, which introduced a 365-day motorway stamp.

“The submitted draft government regulation sets the amount of compensation highway sign with a 365-day validity, in the same amount as is the amount of payment for a motorway stamp valid for a calendar year. Introduction of the so-called “Technical year” of the validity of the annual motorway toll represents a positive step towards user-defined sections, “ notes the Ministry of Transport. Highway stamp with 365-day validity for a passenger motor vehicle as well as a trailer should cost 50 euros. The government regulation should take effect from 1 February 2020. Stamp on the calendar year is currently valid for one more month, until the end January of the following year.

The stamp for a calendar year is currently valid for another month in addition, by the end of January of the following year.

The funds obtained from the collection of the toll stamp are income of the National Motorway Company (NDS), which is obliged to use these funds for the performance of tasks under the NDS Act, ie for preparation, implementation of repairs, maintenance and construction of highways.

The draft government regulation envisages a negative impact on the public budget reports in the years 2020 to 2022. The reason is the implementation of a change in the system payment and registration of motorway stamps in connection with the introduction of a new one type of motorway stamp with a 365-day validity and due to the increase operating costs of this system.

One-off costs will be incurred in connection with the draft government regulation in the amount of EUR 900 000 due to an exchange procedure between the paying administrator and Highway Stamp Records (NDS) and payment service providers, and registration of motorway tolls (SkyToll) related to the change of settings payment system. These expenses are covered by the NDS budget.

“Overall, the draft government regulation is expected to have a negative impact on the general government budget, which is already reflected in the approved budget public administration for the years 2020 – 2022, “notes the Ministry of Transport.

A 365-day motorway stamp should cost the same as a calendar year’s validity. This follows from a draft government regulation approved by the government on Wednesday. The material responds to the amendment to the Road Traffic Act, which introduced a 365-day motorway stamp.

“The submitted draft government regulation sets the amount of compensation highway sign with a 365-day validity, in the same amount as is the amount of payment for a motorway stamp valid for a calendar year. Introduction of the so-called “Technical year” of the validity of the annual motorway toll represents a positive step towards user-defined sections, “ notes the Ministry of Transport. Highway stamp with 365-day validity for a passenger motor vehicle as well as a trailer should cost 50 euros. The government regulation should take effect from 1 February 2020. Stamp on the calendar year is currently valid for one more month, until the end January of the following year.

The stamp for a calendar year is currently valid for another month in addition, by the end of January of the following year.

The funds obtained from the collection of the toll stamp are income of the National Motorway Company (NDS), which is obliged to use these funds for the performance of tasks under the NDS Act, ie for preparation, implementation of repairs, maintenance and construction of highways.

The draft government regulation envisages a negative impact on the public budget reports in the years 2020 to 2022. The reason is the implementation of a change in the system payment and registration of motorway stamps in connection with the introduction of a new one type of motorway stamp with a 365-day validity and due to the increase operating costs of this system.

One-off costs will be incurred in connection with the draft government regulation in the amount of EUR 900 000 due to an exchange procedure between the paying administrator and Highway Stamp Records (NDS) and payment service providers, and registration of motorway tolls (SkyToll) related to the change of settings payment system. These expenses are covered by the NDS budget.

“Overall, the draft government regulation is expected to have a negative impact on the general government budget, which is already reflected in the approved budget public administration for the years 2020 – 2022, “notes the Ministry of Transport.