Fuel: end of the discount tomorrow, are you eligible for the fuel allowance of €100?

modified: 2022-12-30 19:13:02

It looks like some of the government fuel aid may end on December 31.

  Fuel: end of the discount tomorrow, are you eligible for the fuel allowance of €100?

This year has proven difficult for many French households. And this, in particular in connection with inflation and therefore the rise in prices. This phenomenon has affected many aspects of French daily life. Indeed, we find the rise in the prices of food products, energy but also fuel. Fuel prices have skyrocketed over the past year , and the French were already seeing their purchasing power fall. As a result, the government has introduced rebates. However, they are not the only ones! Indeed, TotalEnergies has also set up aid. However, these two aids on fuel end on December 31, 2022 . As a result, we can imagine that prices will start to rise again. However, the government has decided to introduce something new: fuel allowance. We'll explaine everything here !

The end of the fuel rebate

The two aids, from the government and from TotalEnergies , mentioned will therefore end on December 31, 2022. After a difficult year, it seems obvious that the French are worried about the rising prices of many aspects of their daily lives. Whether it be rising food, energy and fuel prices. It must be said that despite the announcement of aid next year, motorists are still defeatist in a situation over which they have no control. It turns out that from January 1, 2023, the liter of fuel at the pump will go up by 10 cents.

The consequences of the end of this aid are likely to prove difficult for the French. And this, since they needed the help from the start of the price increase. It must be said that for TotalEnergies stations, this increase will even amount to 20 cents per liter fuel at the pump. And this, since this company offered additional aid to that of the State. Indeed, the TotalEnergies stations offered a discount of 10 cents per litre.

Another difficult year

As you will have understood, on January 1, 2023, the two current rebates on fuel will end. Let it be state aid of 10 cents at the pump. Or the additional discount of 10 cents at TotalEnergies stations. French motorists will no longer be able to benefit from these boosts . As a result, the price of fuel is likely to quickly rise again. A forecast that worries many French motorists. And more specifically, those who use their vehicle on a daily basis to make their home-to-work journey. Indeed, the latter will find themselves forced to pay the full liter of fuel at the pump.

At the beginning of the year, the price of a full tank of fuel should therefore worry more than one. « Everything increases, it's complicated “Explains a motorist to our colleagues from CNews. ' We manage to get by but it's just “adds another. ' With the current situation, energy is precisely the vector on which we cannot be confident concluded another motorist. It would then seem that pessimism around purchasing power continues. And the latter are all the more worried with the arrival of 2023.

A new fuel allowance of 100 euros

In order to avoid a too heavy fall, the government has for objective to continue to support the French in part against rising prices fuel. It would therefore seem that the most modest motorists will be able to continue to benefit from a little help. Indeed, from January 1, 2023, a fuel allowance of 100 euros will be set up. This indemnity is paid in one go. And this for almost 10 million poorest French workers who use their personal vehicles to commute to work.

In order to benefit from this fuel allowance, French motorists must meet a few criteria. They will have to prove that their reference tax income is less than €14,700 per year . In addition, they will have to attest on their honor that the car is a necessary tool for the home-work journey. From January 16 , motorists will be able to take the necessary steps on the government website impots.gouv.fr.

Source : CNews

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