According to this decision, the City of Prague violated the Czech Act on the Protection of Competition by setting the conditions for certain hybrid vehicles in paid parking zones without objectively justifiable reasons. Under the conditions, only those hybrid vehicles that were capable of driving only on electric propulsion and for which the power of the internal combustion engine did not exceed 135 kW had free parking. According to the Office, the conduct, which took place in the period from 17 April 2018 to 30 April 2019, was capable of distorting competition in the city of Prague as it favoured sellers of hybrid vehicles with internal combustion engines up to 135 kW. The end customers could realistically take into account the possibility of free parking when choosing a new vehicle. It also favoured entrepreneurs using these hybrid vehicles as they could benefit from saving their business costs because of the free parking.