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isadora

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I am hoping to go to Germany & Austria this year in my 19 yr old Hymer 524. The information online concerning emissions seems very confusing! Any help would be appreciated.
 
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Here in Morocco there are lots of French Motorhomes, I've been checking and would estimate less than half have a critair sticker, even some of those that are from ZPAD areas.

ASFAIK Germany umwelt zones are still limited to city centres and not enforceable by cameras so not a problem for most of us.
 

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I think the most prohibitive Green Zone is actually the Stuttgart Blue Zone, yes it is confusing but basically you can't go anywhere near Stuttgart unless you have a Euro 5 or better, and it's not just the centre but a huge area right out to the airport.

The rest do seem pretty straight forward and as Lenny say get the Green-Zone app and that will keep you straight as long as you know what colour badge you are.

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It is coming as a stealth introduction to be a way of removing ALL older veicles from the road, all it needs if for the morons at LEZ to include the M25 and it would make all older non Euro6 vehicles, the vast majority , obsolete in one go just include the bit at Havering or wherever and another at Hounslow and it would make it a case of 'you shall not pass'.. Giletts Jeune , here we come. Motorways in Germany are not exempted from the town rules when they go through the borders
 
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Here in Morocco there are lots of French Motorhomes, I've been checking and would estimate less than half have a critair sticker, even some of those that are from ZPAD areas.

ASFAIK Germany umwelt zones are still limited to city centres and not enforceable by cameras so not a problem for most of us.


We are on a site in Morocco with about 150 French motorhomes. With not so much to do this evening I had a walk round and did not see one motorhome with a Crit Air sticker.

In Germany just stay out of the zones. It is as simple as that. It is a huge country with plenty of choice.

Don't bother trying to get an umwelt sticker as your motorhome is way too old( ours is 27 yrs old)
 

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