The price of the ITV rate varies up to 185% depending on the community
exist differences of up to 185.4% in the rates of the Technical Inspection of Vehicles (ITV) mandatory for passenger cars with a gasoline engine and a 116.1% in diesel vehicles depending on the autonomous community in which it is carried out, according to the association FACUA-Consumers in action.
The seventeen autonomous communities currently have a average price of the ITV of 35.98 euros for gasoline passenger cars (3.6% more than last year) and €43.51 for those equipped with a diesel engine (4.3% more than in 2021). FACUA has carried out the ITV analysis of this year and the results reflect that only a third of the rates (7 of 20, 35%) have been frozen and have not changed compared to 2021. The prices collected include the 21% VAT (or 7% of the Canarian IGIC, 9% of the IPSI of Ceuta and 4% of that of Melilla), but not the traffic rateestablished at 4.18 euros for all inspections.
The Valencian Community is the territory with the higher ITV rate for gasoline cars: 48.55 euros. It is followed by the Basque Country (47.44 euros), Ceuta (46.73 euros) and the Community of Madrid, where the average of the stations surveyed, which set the rates without regional regulationis 45.40 euros.
The cheaper rates for the inspections of gasoline cars they correspond to Mallorca (in the Balearic Islands the management depends on each Island Council), with 17.01 euros; Murcia, 22.30 euros at the only station operated directly by the Autonomous Government, in the town of Alcantarilla; Andalusia, with 26.19 euros for vehicles of less than 1,600 cubic centimeters and 35.40 euros for the rest, and Extremadura, at stations managed by the administration, with a rate of 29.25 euros.
Regarding ITV rates for diesel cars, the Valencian Community is the most expensive with 63.22 euros. It is followed by the 59.24 euros on average that it means to pass the inspection in the Community of Madrid and the 55.43 euros that it costs in Ceuta. The lowest rates for the ITV of diesel cars are those of the public stations of Extremadura (29.25 euros), those of Andalusia for cars of less than 1,600 cc. (30.79 euros), the only public station of the community of Murcia (located in Alcantarilla), where it costs 30.90 euros and those of Mallorca, where it costs 30.92 euros.
The greatest increase has occurred in the Valencian Community, where the Supreme Court has annulled the rebates of the Generalitat approved in 2014 and 2019, which has forced a provisional return to the 2011 regulations and the prices that were in force until 2013. This change represents a 21.2% increase in the rate for gasoline passenger cars, 43.2% for diesel and 112.7% for ITV periodic inspection fees for motorcycles.
After the Valencian Community, second highest rise occurred in Madrid, both for gasoline cars (7.7% more) and for diesel cars (2.7% more) and motorcycles (5.1% more), followed by the Basque Country, with a increase in rates of 5.4% in all three types of vehicle. On the contrary, only in Galicia there has been a rate reduction1.41% for both gasoline and diesel vehicles and 35.66% for the inspection of motorcycles (it goes from 30.79 euros in 2021 to 19.81 euros in 2022).
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