Inflation is likely to cause more collateral damage, this time in terms of price Finesmaybe a plus, And many more. The January 1, 2023As reported by ‘ilsole24ore.com’, the amendment to penalties will be applied for a period of two years, in accordance with the provisions of Traffic systems. The increase will be calculated based on Freedom of informationthat is, the national index of consumer prices for blue-collar households and employees (the index is processed by ISTAT on a monthly basis).
It was already discussed at the beginning of September (as we anticipated in this dedicated article), but confirmations are now arriving, among other things also about an increase in fines higher than initially envisioned. Simon BaldelliThe Chairman of the Parliamentary Consumer Fact-Finding Committee announced that by December 1 of every two years, the Minister of Justice together with the Ministers of Economy and Finance, Infrastructure and Transport impose new limits on administrative measures for fines, and then from January 1 of the following year. Baldelli asked the state to be included A law prohibiting an increase in fines, due to the high rate of inflation that burdens the pockets of Italians. at the moment, Increases of 11% estimated compared to the projected amounts of current fines. Naturally, consumers’ associations support Baldelli’s position, appealing to the Meloni government to calm the matter down immediately.
The Department of Transportation has already announced that it is studying solutions to avoid the sting. We’ll see if it works out or if increases in fines eventually pan out anyway. In case you have any questions for us, the comment box that you see below is at your disposal: we will answer you as soon as possible.
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