London’s low-emission zone will go live on 8 April 2019, London mayor Sadiq Khan has confirmed. After this date, HGVs not meeting Euro-6 emission standards will have to pay £100 per day to operate in the affected area while non-Euro-6 vans and other smaller vehicles will pay £12.50. The fees are in addition to the existing congestion charge, but will replace the T-Charge that came into effect last month. Khan originally announced the start date in March this year, ahead […]
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