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Government announced that it will eliminate 40% of Automotive Registries

Government announced that it will eliminate 40% of Automotive Registries

“40% of the Automotive Registries will be closed, starting with those that have been intervened for more than 2 years, and then the remaining intervened will be closed,” the Ministry of Justice announced in a statement. There are more changes for drivers.

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The Government made the decision to advance on the Automotive Records and announced that 40% of them will be closed, in addition to other important changes for drivers, such as the elimination of the “blue card.”

“40% of the Automotive Registries will be closed, starting with those that have been intervened for more than 2 years, and then the remaining intervened will be closed,” the Ministry of Justice announced in a statement. In this framework, he confirmed that “30% of the staff of the Automotive Registration Directorate will be reduced, within the framework of a voluntary retirement and early retirement plan.”

As explained by the Government, the decision has “the objective of reducing costs and eliminating bureaucratic procedures,” and is in addition to other measures for the automotive sector that it has taken in recent days. For example, at the end of April the Automotive Transfer Certificate (CETA) was eliminated, which required citizens to report the sale of their vehicle to the AFIP.

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