A study published by the Association of European Automobile Manufacturers (ACEA) highlights that Spain is one of the European countries that least collects by the rates of diesel fuel in the current year 2019. Within the main countries that make up the European Union, Spain it ranks sixth behind Bulgaria, Luxembourg, Romania, Hungary and Latvia.
According to the data provided by the ACEA, the country that currently enters the most by the diesel fuel rate is the United Kingdom with an average of 651 euros per 1,000 liters of diesel, this fact presents quite notable differences with other countries such as Spain. These rates are calculated based on the profitability of sales taxes, registration taxes, driving fees, tolls, fuel taxes, etc.
On the other hand, other countries such as the Netherlands lead the classification of the most tax collecting countries by the diesel tax, with a collection of 778 euros per 1,000 liters, followed by Italy (728 euros / 1,000 liters), Finland (703 euros / 1,000 liters) ) and Greece (700 euros / 1,000 liters).
In the case of Spain, the report has reiterated that the collection of this year for special taxes on diesel round a collection of approximately 379 euros per 1,000 liters of fuel. Which is only 49 euros above the minimum rate (330 euros) in Europe, which is currently registered in Bulgaria.
Finally, taxes related to automobiles reach an annual value of around 428,000 million euros contributed by the 15 countries of the European Union that are part of ACEA. These data are 3.5% higher than those compiled during the previous year. Of these almost 430,000 million, Spain contributes the amount of 28,100 million euros far from the contribution of other countries such as Germany (92,000 million); France (79,000 million); Italy (74,400 million) and the United Kingdom (56,300 million).