From the beginning of February, trucks weighing more than 12 tons pay 2.84 rubles per kilometer (previously 2.54 rubles) to travel on national roads (the Platon system).
Rosavtodor recalled that the actual amount of the fee is calculated annually from January 10 to January 20, taking into account the publication of Rosstat information on the consumer price index of the previous year. The company notes that initially they predicted the amount of compensation in the amount of 2.98 rubles per kilometer.
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To date, Platon has registered more than 1.729 million vehicles weighing more than 12 tons, a quarter of which are owned by foreign logistics companies.
By paying compensation through the Platon state system, freight carriers ensured that more than 199 billion rubles flowed to the Federal Road Fund. The funds are intended for the overhaul of public roads of federal importance.
Source: Z R
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