German Inner City Low Emission Zones

German Inner City Low Emission Zones
Matthias Weber
  • 7 april 2008

Germany is now in the second phase of prohibiting older higher polluting cars from city centres. As a road user in Germany you are already charged a higher insurance premium for owning older models but now you will be victimised a second time by driving your car into certain city centres. The scheme introduces three badges at a 18 € plus costs that depends on the age of your car, four being the healthest and one not even getting a badge, an instant ban and a park and ride ticket!

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