Low emissions Germany

Discussion in 'Continental Touring' started by robsons, May 10, 2008.

  1. robsons

    robsons

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    Having read a German tourist info site I see that a Low emission sticker is needed for some areas.
    There seems to be different stickers dependent on age of the vehicle. As my van was registered in 1996 does this mean I am exempt from this scheme. It seems to say that there is no badge for diesel vehicles before 1.1.97.
    Can anyone cast any light on this. I am planning to tour Germany end May/June.
    Thanks for any help
     
  2. Don Madge

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    You will not be allowed in the "Umwelt Zones" unless you have the appropriate sticker. :Sad:

    If your diesel vehicle is registered before 1997 you will not get a sticker, if you are caught in a zone without the appropriate sticker you will be fined €40 each time you are stopped. :Angry::Angry:

    Full details at. Umwelt Zone Summary & FAQ's Forums

    Don
     
    Last edited: May 11, 2008

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