Annual road tax is charged for vehicles that are used to transport passengers or goods by road.
The tax is calculated based on engine power, which is expressed as horsepower, the number of engine cylinders or the maximum authorised mass, depending on the category to which the vehicle belongs.
Some vehicles are subject to a flat-rate tax or a special rate.
Cars, dual-purpose cars (breaks) and minibuses with an engine supplied, even partially, by LPG are subject to additional road tax.
An individual residing in Wallonia, or a legal entity with its registered office in Wallonia, who is indicated on the registration certificate
After registering your vehicle with the DIV, you will receive an initial notice to pay road tax, in principle within two months of the registration month.
If you change vehicle but keep your licence plate (in European format), you have four months to register your new vehicle with the DIV with the same licence plate.
If you change vehicle and licence plate, you must sent your old plates to the DIV for cancellation.
The form may be completed online at www.wallonie.be or at one of our one-stop shops. The completed form may also be sent by email or registered post.
After being received or processed, you will be sent a notice to pay the road tax.
If you no longer use the vehicle on public roads, you must notify the administration and return the tax disc so that your road-tax declaration can be revoked.
You can benefit from the minimum (flat-rate) road tax for:
- vehicles that are over 30 years old;
- camping trailers or trailers designed to transport boats;
- vintage military vehicles.