President Javier Mileyrevealed important modifications through aNecessary and urgent decree (DNU), focused on numerous repeals and adjustments to various current laws. Of the 30 named, he mentioned making specific changes to theCar property registration and vehicle technical inspection.
After the publication in the Official Gazette of more than a dozen new regulations and resolutions, the provincial and city governments linked to traffic and transportation held meetings throughout the day with the legal departments and calls to Buenos Aires.
DNU’s Javier Milei: What changes have been made to the Automobile Property Registry?
According to what was detailed to PERFIL CÓRDOBA, many articles change or affect current local regulations. They hope to have More details next week.
According to what the president presented, important modifications are being made to both circulation as well as vehicle sales.
- The document is circulated from now on
- There will be no need to pay fines and register the vehicle
- What happens to Car Records
The document is circulated from now on
In the decree presented, in theArticle 22it is specified that “the identification card, the driver’s license and the proof of payment of the license plate are the onlyNecessary documents to circulate with the vehicleand the provincial or municipal authorities may not establish other requirements for its legitimate use.”
This is where some of the noise begins. In Córdoba, to be able to circulate, it is necessary to have the Green card, driver’s license, ID card and vehicle insurance policy. In the case of the capital of Cordoba, proof of AGAINST(Vehicle Technical Inspection). But in addition, the DNU orders that only the indicated documentation be requested, not that provided by each jurisdiction.
In the case of VTV (Vehicle Technical Verification) or ITV in Cordoba, there were no clear signs in all the papers presented by the president. It is understood that since this is not a mandatory document when driving, like proof of insurance policy, it becomes optional and not necessary for driving.
Córdoba has three Vehicle Technical Inspection plants as well as in several major inland towns (Río Cuarto, Río Tercero and Villa María). The question is knowing what will happen to companies that provide services to taxpayers and have active contracts with the government.
There will be no need to pay fines and register the vehicle
One of the main changes is that the The patent belongs to the user, not to the vehicle. The owner will have as many unique domains as there are cars, and the patents will be linked to the National Identity Document (DNI) of each person.
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During his political campaign, Milei emphasized on numerous occasions his intention tobringing patenting costs and transfer costs to zero of used cars, due to the tax burden that this entails. In Argentina, Each license plate corresponds to a car and every debt and fines belong to the vehicle and not to its owner. The president-elect’s proposal is similar to the system used in the United States, there the drivers have their own license plate, that is, the license plate belongs to the driver and not to the car itself, which greatly facilitates all the procedures and all the tax problems. correspond to that patent/driver.
What happens to Car Records
The proposal came from the national deputy of the PRO,Patricia Vasquezwho introduced a bill last week to, among other things, establish aUnique National Digital Registry (URUNDA)with the objective of completely eliminate intermediaries and the procedures before the sectional registries, which would cease to exist. “The new Registry will provide transparency and legal security, with the consequent state control in automotive registration and the constitutive character that is granted to the ownership transmission, definitively eliminating the entrenched intermediation structure in our country that only benefits a few to the detriment of everyone,” he said.
“Technical controls have to exist, what does not have to exist is the monopolyof the political groups,” he specified in dialogue with the TN channel.
I COMPLIED. Today present the project to eliminate automotive registrations and create a completely digital Single National Registry! Unique patent for life! Now, to promote this law and obtain the necessary support so that there is less state and less bureaucracy pic.twitter.com/aG5E2Y2lOv
— Pato Vásquez (@PatoVasquezOk) December 14, 2023
Therefore, the representative’s project proposes a more flexible approach: up to 60 thousand kilometers, owners can go to official brand services and maintain their vehicles. Starting at 60 thousand kilometers, the proposal seeks to provide opportunities to local workshops, thus eliminating the monopoly imposed by certain economic groups.“We want to open the game”he highlighted.
This, for now in Buenos Aires, will have to see how it is set up in the remaining provinces and/or jurisdictions.