The extension of the annual circulation fees in Greece is still uncertain, Deputy Minister of Finance Haris Theoharis told Mega TV channel Saturday.

“We have not thought of giving an extension for the payment of Annual circulation fees and I would not like us to continue with the logic of extensions. I will call on the people to be consistent with our obligations,”Theoharis said.

Regarding the reduction of the annual fee, known as the road fee in many other countries, the deputy minister said he is not sure that the fee should be reduced.

Theoharis said this will be discussed as nowadays now more and more new anti-pollution technology cars are sold in the market.

“We will have to examine; I am not saying that they should increase. In some categories they can be cheap in some expensive. It’s not something we can discuss right now; that conversation hasn’t happened,” he specified.

Vehicle owners in Greece can pay traffic fees through the AADE myCar online platform in three ways.

First they print the notice and then they can visit an ATM and scan the QR code on their notice, following the instructions on the screen, enter their bank’s application (e-banking) and pay using the 23-digit code RF written on the notice and to visit a bank or ELTA branch and pay at the cash register by showing the notice.