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150€ KTEO fine
« on: Wednesday, 26 September, 2018 @ 12:32:29 »
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Extra fine for skipping a KTEO test

Some 1 million vehicle owners have just four days left before Saturday's deadline by which their car, truck or motor cycle must have passed a roadworthiness test at a public or private roadworthiness testing center (KTEO), otherwise they face an additional fine of 150 euros to be imposed through the Finance Ministry’s Taxisnet.

The law on the online cross-checking of vehicles with the imposition of fines comes into effect on October 1, with the state being able to identify the owners who have not visited a KTEO every two years at the touch of a button. That is because all testing centers, known in Greek by the acronym KTEO, are now connected online with the database of the Transport and Infrastructure Ministry, which presents a real-time picture of the vehicles that have passed their test.
http://www.ekathimerini.com/232966/article/ekathimerini/business/extra-fine-for-skipping-a-kteo-test

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Re: 150€ KTEO fine
« Reply #1 on: Friday, 18 January, 2019 @ 16:38:54 »
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Cross checks to be carried out on vehicle owners dodging inspections

Motorists who have skipped the biennial inspection of their vehicles will need to visit a Vehicle Inspection Center (KTEO) soon or face a hefty fine, as the Independent Authority for Public Revenue is launching a cross-checking process in cooperation with the Transport Ministry to identify the vehicle owners who have neglected this obligation.

After cross-checking and identifying uninsured vehicles and the imposition of fines on their owners, the tax authorities are now moving on to the comparison of Taxisnet’s data on vehicle owners with the KTEO data recorded by the Transport Ministry.

According to market insiders, the owners of some 2 million cars and trucks as well as 500,000 motorcycles have failed to take their vehicle to a KTEO in recent years.
http://www.ekathimerini.com/236746/article/ekathimerini/business/cross-checks-to-be-carried-out-on-vehicle-owners-dodging-inspections