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TfL has launched a scrappage scheme to help Small businesses and charities in London scrap vans that do not comply with the new Ultra Low Emission Zone standards, but which are driven into the ULEZ central London zone regularly.
New research from Auto Trader suggests that 1 in 10 Londoners are confused about the Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) and how it will affect them. 31% wrongly believe all vehicles will have to pay the ULEZ charge while a similar proportion wrongly believes that any vehicle registered in the last ten years will be exempt.
We’ve compiled everything you need to know about ULEZ, including the most frequently asked questions about the charges, how it will affect your business and what we can do to help.
With just over a month to go until the introduction of the UK’s first ever ULEZ (Ultra Low Emission Zone), it is estimated that approximately 80% of vans currently on the UK roads will not be compliant with the standards required by the new zone.
London's Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) which will come into effect from 8th April 2019 means that all vehicles that do not meet the exhaust emission standards will be subject to a daily charge when travelling in central London in addition to the Congestion Charge. Unlike the Congestion Charge it will operate 24 hours a day, every day of the year, including weekends and public holidays.
As of 8 April 2019, the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) will apply 24 hours a day, every day of the year. Any vehicle that does not meet emission standards will be liable to pay a daily charge to drive within the zone.
The ULEZ will operate within the same area as the current Congestion Charging Zone (CCZ) and will be in addition to the Congestion Charge and current Low Emission Zone requirements.
In a bid to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve air quality, the Department for Transport (DfT) announced changes to the HGV Road User Levy.
From today (1st February 2019), lorries meeting the latest Euro VI emissions standards will be eligible for a 10% discount on the tax. In contrast, Euro V and older vehicles which do not meet emissions standards, now have to pay 20% more.
Emissions legislation is emerging as a number one priority as towns and cities across the country try to improve urban air quality - and Manchester is no exception.
Manchester has made an ambitious commitment to play its full part to become a zero carbon city by 2038 - 12 years earlier than previously planned and the first Council to make such a commitment to tackle global climate change.
In this blog we look into what these plans include and how local businesses can prepare.
Southampton City Council is proposing a city-wide Clean Air Zone (CAZ), which could charge certain commercial vehicles up to £100-a-day to enter.
In this blog, we look into the plans in more detail, why they are being implemented, how will this affect local businesses - and more importantly how businesses can best prepare to avoid the charges and stay compliant.