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Low Emission Zones in France

New rules for driving in Low Emission Zones in France.

If you are planning to drive in France you need to be aware of the Low Emission Zones (Crit’ Air Vignette).

Paris, Lyon and Grenoble now have Low Emission Zones. The zones effect all types of vehicles including passenger cars and motorbikes. Before entering a Low Emission Zone you will need to purchase a ‘Vignette’ (sticker)  to display on your windscreen.

From 1st April 2017, failure to purchase and display the vignette could result in a fine of €68 and €135. The restrictions are due to be increased further over the next 3 years.

A vignette only costs a few euros from the official site. Don't be caught out by unofficial websites that are charging inflated prices.

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