Heading To France? New Emissions Sticker Needed
Under a new government scheme in France designed to reduce emissions, from 31st March 2017 it will be mandatory for any non-French registered vehicles to display an emissions sticker setting out how much the vehicle pollutes.
Any driver who fails to display the appropriate “CRIT” Air Sticker – which can be ordered on-line at www.certificate-air.gouv.fr – on a relevant vehicle whilst driving in France will be fined up to £117.00 (135.00 Euros).
The same scheme is also introducing a new provision that vehicles manufactured before 1997 will be banned from the city of Paris between the hours of 8am and 8pm Monday to Friday.
If you want to read more on the subject, The Telegraph did a good article which can be accessed by clicking here, or give us a call on 01279 818280 and we will be happy to explain more on the matter.