Roland Perry wrote:
In message , at 09:00:18 on Sun, 8 Sep 2019,
So he can save on the ultra-low emission zone fee, - surely your average
second hand petrol model achieves that
Perhaps not for long?
Are they changing the standard, as well as the coverage area.
Currently approximates to petrol 2005+, diesels 2015+.
They'll almost certainly tighten the rules at some point. It's like the
exemption from the congestion charge, for which the rules have got steadily
At which point the fleet of secondhand petrol cars will consist of
higher-standard vehicles, which might well not be leap-frogged in the
egregious way Euro5 diesels were.
They won't necessarily be banned, but will have to pay some sort of
emissions tariff, as is happening now. It's probably only a matter of time
before only ZEVs get into central London without some sort of charge, and
the dirtiest vehicles will be banned altogether. But TfL will first have to
get its own house in order, using only zero-emissions buses in central
I think there's also a desire to widen the coverage area (beyond the
Circulars), but not fr a while.
I had an idea they were already considering as far as the M25.
I don't think the GLA has any authority beyond the London boroughs.