Explanation: ULEZ changes
Last month, the boundaries of London’s Ultra-Low Emissions Zone widened dramatically, meaning drivers of old cars and vans will have to pay a fee of £12.50 for every day they enter the zone. this.
It now covers everywhere inside North and South roads, a large residential area – and if motorists fail to pay their daily toll they will be fined £160.
The ULEZ fee applies to any diesel car or van that does not meet Euro 6 emissions standards.
It’s basically any vehicle older than September 2015, although some Euro 6 cars have been sold before that.
As for petrol cars, only older cars will be affected because of the pre-Euro 4 cut – cars newer than 2005 are not charged.
Classic cars are free if they are more than 40 years old and the fee even covers motorcycles before Euro 3, ie 2007.
This charge doesn’t apply on December 25, but otherwise, it’s 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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