Jakarta — The Indonesian National Police (Polri) proposes that the progressive tax on motor vehicles be abolished.
This is also the case with Motorized Vehicle Title Transfer Fees for Used Vehicles (BBNKB) II.
This was conveyed by Inspector General of Police Firman Shantyabudi, Kakorlantas Polri at the 2023 National Level Samsat Coordination Meeting which took place in Bandung, West Java some time ago.
In his statement which was uploaded to the NTMC Polri Youtube account, accessed Monday (20/3/2023), Firman said that reducing the burden from BBNKB II and even eliminating progressive taxes was expected to make it easier for the community.
Especially for managing motorized vehicle documents at the Samsat office, for example when a vehicle changes ownership.
“So people don’t have to worry. Every time you change name, report! It’s zero cost anyway,” he said.
Logically, if people are more obedient in handling vehicle documents, then motorized vehicle data will also be more orderly.
“But on the one hand the state has an interest in this randomized military data. There are many things we can use with orderly data,” continued Rifan.
Progressive Tax and BBNKB II Regional Authorities
It should be noted that Polri’s position in this matter is only limited to submitting proposals.
The reason is that the determination of progressive taxes and BBNKB II is under the authority of the local government.
For example, for the DKI Jakarta area, the amount of progressive tax for motor vehicles is regulated in the Provincial Regulation of the Special Capital Region of Jakarta Number 2 of 2015.
1st motor vehicle 2% 2nd motor vehicle 2.5% 3rd motor vehicle 3% 4th motor vehicle 3.5% 5th motor vehicle 4% 6th motor vehicle 4.5% Motor vehicle 7th 5% 8th motor vehicle 5.5% 9th motor vehicle 6% 10th motor vehicle 6.5% 11th motor vehicle 7% 12th motor vehicle 7.5% 3rd motor vehicle 13 8% 14th motor vehicle 8.5% 15th motor vehicle 9% 16th motor vehicle 9.5% 17th motor vehicle and so on 10%
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