The Tax on Mechanical Traction Vehicles (IVTM), commonly known as “Impuesto de circulacion”, is a tax for the ownership of motor vehicles. This tax is applied at the local level in Spain, and each municipality has the authority to establish its own rates and regulations related to this tax.
The amount to pay for road tax in Spain depends on several factors, such as the type of vehicle, the power, and the municipality in which the owner is registered.
It is important to be aware of the expiration dates and comply with the payment of the Tax on Mechanical Traction Vehicles to avoid possible sanctions or fines. You can set up direct debit at your town hall to make sure you don’t forget to pay. Additionally, regulations and fees can change, so it is a good idea to check local regulations specific to the city you are in what the current position is with road tax in Spain.