Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne announces this Wednesday morning a new destination for the most modest households.
From January, employees will be able to benefit from aid of 100 euros to get to their place of work.
“You will have to go to the Tax site, indicate your tax number, fill in your license plate and complete a sworn statement to benefit from it,” said Elisabeth Borne at the microphone of RTL.
#Fuel compensation: "The government will pay 100 euros next year for around 10 million of the most modest people who need their car to go to work", announces Prime Minister @Elisabeth_Borne in #RTLMatin with @amandine_begot pic.twitter .com/nWsvhcbfwi
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This aid represents a discount of 10 cents per liter "if you drive an average of 12,000 kilometers per year, which is the average for the French", according to the Prime Minister.
It will be possible to touch it once in 2023.
“We act generally for the purchasing power of the French.
I am well aware that this is a concern for the French.
We acted very early to contain inflation, we have a lot of systems in place,” said Elisabeth Borne.