Cars leave for the border.
On the night of 25 November, when Ukraine came into force new laws on customs clearance of vehicles, the border of the Slovak village of Bast turned into a junkyard on avtonomera.
It is worth noting that since November 25, when importing a car on foreign registration in Ukraine should be obligatory customs payments. So, the Ukrainians have the right to temporarily import a vehicle registered outside Ukraine for a period up to one year and upon payment of all required payments.
Ukrainians have the right to import “EuroBLECH” in transit, subject to cash collateral in the amount of customs payments payable.
However, many Ukrainians refuse to pay for the importation of a car, so leave transport under the open sky in the village of Bast, on the border of Slovakia and Transcarpathian region of Ukraine.
Local Alexanders Cipts counted about fifty cars, which unknown threw on the territory of its household. The man suggests – Ukrainian workers, for which, after the introduction of new rules of customs clearance, they had to pay a Deposit at the customs.
He doesn’t know whether to return the temporary owners of the machines in a day or two, or quit forever. His wife is afraid that the environmental service of the Slovak Republic fined them for a bunch of cars in the yard.
“Environmental service of the Slovak Republic will not allow such unauthorized illegal Parking to keep cars for a long time. These are zeros, zeros, zeros that I’m even afraid to think about it. I really don’t sleep, I’m really worried, do not want to violate any laws,” – said the wife of Alexanders Ukrainian Svetlana.
Don’t know how to help the situation with unauthorized Parking and the village head. This situation has caught local authorities by surprise. On the night of 25 November, there began to throw cars.
“Walk after lunch through the village and there is no one, and in the morning there are already parked cars. And you don’t even know where they came from and who there at night drove. This is one of the problems. Another is that these cars are often dismantled for parts. That is, the parts of the car disappear, and the body in our village remains lying around as scrap or waste,” complains the Hope Serkova.