The application process for the €100 fuel allowance will end on March 31. However, about 39% of eligible Vauclusiens have still not registered on the official website of the tax administration to receive it. This percentage represents 42,553 households, details France Bleu Vaucluse.

As a reminder, this boost from the State is intended for people who use their vehicle daily to get to work and whose annual tax income does not exceed 14,700 euros. This concerns more than one household in three in Vaucluse, where 109,000 households are eligible out of the 351,000 in the department. Accessible since January 16, the aid aims to relieve the purchasing power of the 10 million most modest French workers.

The 42,553 eligible Vaucluse inhabitants have until March 31 to complete their procedure online or by phone at 0 806 000 229. They will then have to provide their tax number as well as the registration number of their vehicle. The amount should then be paid to them within 15 days of the request.

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