Tag : ULEZ
Fridge van fleets are being urged to take action now to ensure vehicles are Euro 6 compliant – or face big bills when London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone kicks in.
The Mayor of London’s decision to introduce the Ultra Low Emission Zone 17 months ahead of schedule could bring about a rise in the number of vans operating in London, potentially undermining air quality … Read More »
The introduction of the London Ultra Low Emission Zone 17 months ahead of schedule is likely to hit SMEs and specialist vehicle operators the most, with limited impact on other fleets, according to Arval.
The Mayor of London has come under fire for his decision to introduce the Ultra Low Emission Zone 17 months ahead of schedule, impacting on fleet operators in the capital.
Plans by the Mayor of London to introduce an Ultra Low Emission Zone in central London from 2019 will heavily impact on SMEs, according to the Freight Transport Association (FTA).
Meeting UK legal pollution limits will necessitate the nationwide rollout of a diesel scrappage scheme and low emission zones.
Diesel vehicles that do not meet Euro 6 standards are to be impacted under plans by the Mayor of London for the early introduction of the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ).
London’s emergency services are struggling to meet the proposed earlier deadline for complying with London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ), forcing them to bring forward vehicle replacements or face paying the daily charge.
Plans to levy a £10 ‘Toxicity Charge’ to enter central London will impact on self-employed traders, says the Greater London Authority (GLA) Conservatives.