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Rabla 2022 program starts soon: what you need to know about Rabla Clasic and Rabla Plus, in Romania

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At least for now, the Rabla Clasic and Rabla Plus programs are the best solution to buy a new car in Romania, and the authorities have just confirmed the start of a new session, in just a few days.

If you were planning to replace your old car with a new one in 2022, there are only a few days until the start of the Rabla program. The date confirmed by the Administration of the Environmental Fund, responsible for this initiative, is May 13, 2022.

Rabla Classic and Rabla Plus start this month

“In order to support applicants who want to obtain funding through the National Car Park Renewal Stimulation Program (Rabla Clasic) and through the Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Program, by promoting clean road transport vehicles from the point of view of In view of energy (Rabla Plus), the Administration of the Environment Fund reconfigured the stages of their development as a result of the modification of the registration software within the two programs.

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According to the new calendar, between May 13 and 31, 2022, the first session of the new configuration will take place, during which individuals will be able to enroll in the two programs through authorized dealers, and legal entities will be able to submit financing files through accessing the computer application provided by AFM “, it is mentioned in a communiqué of AFM.

Unlike in previous years, because the AFM has identified unused amounts from 2020 until now, the budget will be increased for the current session. Basically, the amounts available for Rabla 2022 are the following: Classic Rabla Program, beneficiaries of individuals – 335.5 million lei; Rabla Clasic program, beneficiaries of legal entities – 123 million lei; Rabla Clasic program, beneficiaries of ATUs and public institutions – 50 million lei; Rabla Plus program, beneficiaries of individuals – 262 million lei; Rabla Plus program, beneficiaries of legal entities – 190.3 million lei; Rabla Plus program, beneficiaries of ATUs and public institutions – 100 million lei.

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