On November 25, 2020, the tax administration has issued a decision regarding the tax values of the 2021 car benefit.
The early summer test drive calendar became quite tight as interesting new low-emission rechargeable hybrids are launching into the market at an accelerating pace. The previous test drive took place on Ford's first PHEV, as the Ford Kuga was tested, and now it was time to test Skoda's first rechargeable hybrid, the Superb iV which is visible in the main picture.
The tax treatment of car charging benefit is changing temporarily for the years 2021-2025. The reasons for the Government's proposal state the following as the reason for the temporary change:
According to the government program, the employee benefit for motoring will be reformed so that the benefit will significantly favor the choice of a low-emission car and the electric car charging benefit will be exempt from tax.