THE IPVA (Motor Vehicle Ownership Tax) is a tax paid every year. At first, it is important to inform you that although payment is mandatory, the amount may be exempt in certain situations, such as, for example, in the situation in which the vehicle was manufactured.
First of all, it is important to confirm that the regular payment of the IPVA is very important, since its delay can prevent the driver from licensing the vehicle. On the other hand, the good news is that many Brazilians will stop paying the tax starting next year.
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Who will receive the IPVA exemption?
First, according to the exemption rules for the IPVAthe tribute may be free for owners of vehicles that were manufactured a few years ago.
Currently, the amount of time varies by state, check:
- 10 years: Goiás, Rio Grande do Norte and Roraima;
- 15 years: Amapá, Amazonas, Bahia, Ceará, Federal District, Espirito Santo, Maranhão, Pará, Paraíba, Piauí, Rio de Janeiro, Rondônia, Sergipe and Tocantins;
- 18 years old: Mato Grosso;
- 20 years: São Paulo, Paraná, Mato Grosso do Sul, Acre and Rio Grande do Sul;
- 23 years old: Alagoas;
- 38 years old: Santa Catarina;
- Progressive Reduction: Minas Gerais and Pernambuco;
List of 30 vehicles that will be exempt from IPVA 2023
In this way, check out the car models that will be exempt from IPVA next year:
- Audi A3 2007;
- Audi A3 2010;
- BMW Z4 2007;
- Astra 2010;
- Chevette 1985;
- Cobalt LTZ 2012;
- Montana Sport;
- Vectra Challenge;
- Citroen C3 2010;
- Citroen C4 Pallas 2012;
- Dodge Dart 1970;
- Fiat Brava 2007;
- Fiorino 2002;
- Schumacher style;
- Stilo Schumacher Season 2006;
- One 2002;
- Belina 1973;
- Ka 2007;
- Model A 1929;
- Celtic GM;
- Jeep Wrangler 2002;
- Toyota Corolla SE-G 2003;
- Toyota Hilux 2002;
- Volkswagen Beetle 1961;
- Beetle 1985;
- Passat 1979;
- VW Gol;
- Willys Rural Pickup 1966.
What can happen when the tax is not paid?
Then, as reported, the IPVA (Motor Vehicle Ownership Tax) is a tax that must be paid annually by vehicle owners. Payment can be made in full at the beginning of the year or in installments over the months.
Furthermore, when the driver fails to pay the tax due, he is subject to serious consequences. First, it refers to the score in the driver’s license, in addition to fines on the value of the IPVA. However, the vehicle can still be seized by the DMV.
Furthermore, it should be noted that each state has a way of collecting the fine for late payment of the IPVA. In São Paulo, for example, interest is 0.3% per day plus Selic-based rates.
However, in view of the seizure of the car by the Detran, the owner must comply with a whole bureaucratic protocol, such as:
- pay the IPVA;
- Pay off the interest and fines for the days that the vehicle was in the Detran’s yard;
- Validate the necessary documentation in Poupa Tempo.
Therefore, if these requirements are not met, the vehicle can definitely be seized and taken to auction.