The new year is often synonymous with rising prices (fuel, penalty scale…). The registration certificate is no exception, but the evolution remains reasonable. The highest increase amounts to €4 per horse, in New Aquitaine. On the other hand, the Martiniquais will smile again since the price drops by 21 € (30 € of the CV), to return to the level of 2021.
If these three regions revise their scale upwards, the average price of a horse will drop thanks to Martinique, going from €42.85 in 2022 to €42.16 this year. A weak evolution which however hides real disparities between the regions.
The cost of the registration certificate, or more commonly called gray card, is defined by the regions, and the differences are great. Thus, Corsica charges the horse €27 when Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur asks for €51.20. For a 7 CV vehicle, the issuance of the certificate will cost €189 in the first region, compared to €358.40 in the second.
And that’s not all since when you go to the Public Service simulator, there is also a “fixed tax” of €11. This amount is equivalent in all regions to the price of the certificate.
Price of the tax horse by region in 2023
- Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes: €43 (=)
- Burgundy-Franche-Comté: €51 (=)
- Brittany: €51 (=)
- Centre-Loire Valley: €49.80 (=)
- Corsica: 27 € (=)
- Great East: 48 (=)
- Hauts-de-France: €34.50 (+ €1.50)
- Ile-de-France: €46.15 (=)
- Normandy: 35 € (=)
- New Aquitaine: €45 (+ €4)
- Occitania: €44 (=)
- Pays de la Loire: €51 (+ €3)
- Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur: €51.20 (=)
- Guadeloupe: €41 (=)
- Reunion: 51 € (=)
- Martinique: €30 (- €21)
- Mayotte: €30 (=)