London’s New ultra-low emission zone

New air pollution charge has started

(On Top of the Congestion Charge)

Motorists may have to pay more to drive in central London as a new ultra-low emission zone (Ulez) has taken effect.

Drivers of diesel cars roughly over four years old and petrol cars about 13 years old must pay £12.50 to enter the centre of the capital.

Charges apply at all times and are on top of the already existing congestion charge, which is £11.50 between 7am and 6pm on weekdays.

All vehicle types apart from black taxis are liable for the Ulez charge unless they meet certain emissions standards or exemptions.

 Vehicles pass along Marylebone Road, which is one of the most polluted in LondonAll vehicles are affected apart from black taxis

Drivers can check whether their vehicle is liable for a charge by entering its registration on the Transport for London website

Check here if your vehicle qualifies

The Ulez will be extended to the whole of inner London within the North and South Circular roads from October 2021.

London mayor Sadiq Khan said the scheme is being introduced because thousands of Londoners are dying early every year as a result of toxic air, with an increased risk of cancer, asthma, dementia and stroke.

The ultra-low emission zone covers part of central London

The ultra-low emission zone (Ulez) covers part of central London

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