Diesel cars older than 2006 are going to ban in ParisJune 29, 2019
About the disposal of the Paris authorities reported the publication Le Parisien last Friday. The decree will come into force on July 1 of this year.
The ban applies to all vehicles of low ecological class, produced before January 1, 2006. Passenger cars, vans whose engines fall into the category of Crit’Air4 (this is the Euro 3 standard, which operated until the beginning of 2006) are suitable for this measure, as well as scooters and scooters, whose age is more than 14 years (since 2005 release).
Another entry into the city is prohibited by a truck with a diesel engine, produced in the period from 2006 to 2009 and suitable only for the requirements of “Euro 4”. Failure to comply with the order of the city authorities is punishable by financial recovery in the amount of 135 euros for trucks and 68 euros for passenger cars.
Earlier, on May 3, in the Dutch capital Amsterdam, it was decided to completely ban entry to the capital of auto and motorcycles with both diesel and gasoline engines from 2030.
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