News ID : 3823
Publish Date : 16 November 2019 - 09:00
Finally, increasing gasoline prices with quotas happened in a night with no pre informing after a long time of investigating. This shows that the government is predicting a shrinking budget.
Khodrocar – The important thing before quotas was the differences between quoting the shares, some believes that owners of luxury cars should use expensive gasoline because they are different from other people.

According to these people, for example, there is no need for the owner of a Land Cruise Car to use low priced gasoline, while the much lower price for a domestic car will use the same fuel.

The government is said to have been able to predict the price of gasoline for domestic and foreign cars differently from each other, and it would have been fair to do so.

"Imported cars paid for petrol in the form of one-time import tariffs, and their removal from gasoline quotas is not fair; 60 liters is not a numerical quota that will make a difference in life and emphasizes the elimination of imported cars from quotas as well as cheap gasoline in fairness.” Farbod Zaveh, expert of auto industry told khodrocar reporter.

"While talking about the unfairness in pricing and the quota of gasoline for imported cars, the owners of the car have paid a lot of money to buy these cars and getting it again in the form of expensive gasoline is a kind of injustice.” He said.

"If the subsidy were to be divided, it would be better to divide it into strata because in those circumstances the right of those who do not have a car will be eliminated.” He said.

"However, there is no difference in quotas and gasoline prices for locally imported and domestic cars from Arabs, while currently the cost of domestic cars per month equals one million tomans. Finally, this model of rationing is only to the detriment of those who do not have a car.” He continued.

These statements indicate that the government should have justified its actions in rationing and pricing in addition to using the views of all sectors.

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