Driv­ers who didn’t pay taxes pro­hib­ited from us­ing roads af­ter Novem­ber 20


Tax of­fices and traf­fic po­lice have re­minded driv­ers to pay their taxes as soon as pos­si­ble as they will be stripped off of their right to drive af­ter Novem­ber 20, ac­cord­ing to traf­fic reg­u­la­tions.

In con­form­ity with the Ulaan­baatar Gen­eral Man­ager’s Guide­lines for In­spec­tion of Taxes and Fee Col­lec­tion, the Ulaan­baatar Tax Of­fice and Traf­fic Po­lice Depart­ment plans to check the pa­per­works of ve­hi­cles within the city to en­sure all driv­ers have paid their taxes.

Ac­cord­ing to Ar­ti­cle 7.1 in the Law on Tax of Au­to­mo­tive and Self-Driv­ing Cars, ve­hi­cle own­ers are obliged to pay a one-time ve­hi­cle tax be­fore June 1 and if a ve­hi­cle is im­ported af­ter June 1, the owner must pay the ve­hi­cle tax be­fore end of the year.

If driv­ers fail to com­ply, the po­lice can im­pose a fine of 20,000 MNT to a mil­lion MNT in ac­cor­dance with the Law on Con­flicts.

Driv­ers can check whether they have a pend­ing ve­hi­cle tax or fine from the web­site www.smart­car.mn.

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