Only dirty people wash
I've just checked and both my motorhome and my deisel car fall foul of the new regime, so I'll stick to the train
I'd have a lot more respect for schemes like this and their motives if the cities actually banned the vehicles that aren't up to their emissions standards. As it is, thousands upon thousands of 'offending' vehicles will still be fogging up the so called clean zone but now they'll be paying for the privilege. I wonder where the money will go?
Re diesel, only Euro6 meet the new standard. As already seen with HGVs this will have a significant effect on none Euro6 motorhomes, and more so as Leeds, Liverpool and Birmingham all rush to introduce similar schemes. Itís not all about where you tour itís also about where people live. Anyone living in the zones will not really be able to own a non Euro 6 vehicle unless they never take it home.
Transport Managers are well aware of whatís coming hence Euro 5 trucks are worth very little compared to a similar age Euro 6 truck. This will come to the Motorhome market but probably on as it happens as many donít realise just whatís coming and how quick it will come.
I believe Euro 5 vehicles can be upgraded to Euro 6?
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