Faster to the subsidy if the soot filter is ‘State grant to the soot filter’ editorial on the subject of ‘State grant to the soot filter’ by the directive in force on the 1st of August 2009 to promote the subsequent installation of particulate reduction systems for passenger cars with compression ignition (diesel) “promoting the soot filter a grant is now more attractive.” As for the retrofitting of particulate filters for diesel cars also a fixed amount of 330 will be paid out immediately. The Federal Government promises of faster financial support to stimulate the retrofit market largely to a halt. The Federal Office of Economics and export control (BAFA) is responsible for the administrative implementation of the support programme. To receive funding, owners of diesel cars need to upgrade your vehicle in the period from August 1, 2009 to December 31, 2009 and demonstrate the installation until February 15, 2010. Applications for a Can be made online at the BAFA from 1 September 2009 until February 15, 2010.
An application form available on the Internet site of the ACFA is at that time under. The previous funding opportunity in equal amounts over a temporary motor vehicle tax exemption still there as an alternative and the funding requirements remain unchanged by the change in the modalities. Fitting a particulate filter costs depending on the vehicle type and year of between 600 and 800. Minus the one painting equipment by the ACFA thus remains a deductible of around 300. Moreover further relief. Because beyond the retrofit diesel vehicles be excluded also from the temporary surcharge on the car tax of 1.20 per started 100 cc. Should be ignored that increases the resale value of cars with soot filters and retrofitting leads to a lower particulate emissions and to improve air quality. Therefore, retrofit diesel cars get even a better environment badge and can drive depending on the environmental zone, continue in the environmental zones established in many cities.