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ULEZ expansion plans put small businesses at risk, say FTA

The decision to expand the London Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) to cover the whole of Greater London for trucks in 2020, and inner London for vans (as well as cars) in 2021 will risk putting small logistics firms out of business, the Freight Transport Association has warned. FTA has calculated that, for a typical small firm with five trucks …

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Drivers of older trucks hit with £10 T-Charge in London

Drivers of trucks that do not comply with the Euro IV exhaust standard must pay an additional £10 – on top of the regular £200 to enter London’s Low Emission Zone – to enter certain parts of London from today. The T-Charge applies to all vehicles that do not conform to Euro IV standards – most vehicles produced before 2006 …

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Planned Ultra Low Emission Zone for London set to hit hauliers financially

London mayor Sadiq Khan has outlined plans for an Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) to be introduced into central London in 2019, which would see HGVs that do not meet Euro 6 emission standards charged £100 per day to enter the capital. Khan is also proposing to expand the ULEZ across Greater London for heavy diesel vehicles, including buses, coaches …

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