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Duta told a press conference following a government sitting where the new rule has been passed, that the car owners who will exceed the 90-day deadline will get fines between 130 Euros to 335 Euros.
The cars registered in other countries will be allowed to circulate 90 days a year from the day when the Romanian citizen buys the car, according to the selling contract. Some will be tempted to renew the contracts at the end of the three months but the cars will be included in the Police database", Duta warned.
The government wants to prevent Romanians buying cars in other countries where the registration tax is lower.
According to the Romanian Police, currently, in Romania are circulating 19,800 cars registered in Bulgaria from a total of more than 45,000vehicles registered in other European countries, such as Italy, Spain and Great Britain.
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