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Only 16 per cent of new stromer goes to private

In Austria, e-mobility remains particularly attractive to companies. In addition to the general deductions that individuals also get, they can look forward to other tax benefits.

7:57 PM, July 28, 2021


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Electronic cars are becoming more and more popular on the streets © Michael Flipo –

The number of private e-car buyers is still limited, according to ÖAMTC with reference to figures from the Austrian Statistics Office. “For example, of the 15,347 battery electric vehicles newly registered in Austria in the first half of 2021, five were not registered to individuals. 84 percent of legal persons, companies, local authorities, etc. were accepted.‘, per ÖATMC’s account.

E-mobility is particularly attractive to businesses, as they can look forward to other tax benefits in addition to general discounts that individuals also get. “In addition to the possibility of There is no deduction on input tax for company electronic carsthat benefit employers and employees. In addition, there was an investment premium of up to 14 percent from August 2020 to May 2021.”

ÖAMTC Transport Economist Nikola Junic Today he noted that CO2 emissions from Austria’s new car fleet are declining. “This trend towards alternative engines, but also the transition to more efficient vehicles with combustion engines, has reduced CO2 emissions for the new vehicle fleet by about 15 percent compared to the first half of 2020,” he explained.

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