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Macao vehicle owners must pay licence taxes by 31 March

Payments should be made online as banks and Post and Telecommunications Bureau will no longer collect taxes for Transport Bureau.

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Payments should be made online as banks and Post and Telecommunications Bureau will no longer collect taxes for Transport Bureau.

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Transport Bureau (DSAT) said in a statement yesterday that Macao’s vehicle owners need to pay their 2023 annual vehicle licence taxes between Sunday and 31 March.

The Transport Bureau said that, with effect from Sunday, banks and the Macao Post and Telecommunications Bureau will no longer collect vehicle licence taxes on its behalf, adding that residents can pay their vehicle’s licence taxes for up to 10 vehicles at a time online, through the government’s self-service kiosks or in person at designated places under the Transport Bureau, Municipal Affairs Bureau or Financial Services Bureau.

The bureau underlined that the number of tax-chargeable self-service kiosks has increased from 21 to 48.

The Public Administration and Civil Service Bureau has announced that starting from Sunday, vehicle licence taxes can be paid via the My Vehicle function on the Macao One Account.

The bureau noted that so far, more than 430,000 residents have opened accounts under the Macao One Account, of which about 99,000 users have attached more than 139,000 vehicles, accounting for about 56 per cent of the total number of registered vehicles, with over 78,000 driving licences added to the Macao One Account, The Macau Post Daily reported. 

 

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