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    Ulez

    are there any threads about the ultra low emmision zone coming to london soon? Im wondering if there is an exemption for anything pre cat? or if im gonna have to be paying 25 a day just to live in london? had a check on here but couldnt find anything.

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    Hope this helps, looks like 12.50 a day for an S14a.
    Quote Originally Posted by TFL
    Discounts and exemptions - Residents
    • Residents who are registered for the residents' Congestion Charge discount will be granted a time-limited 'sunset period' where a 100% discount from the ULEZ will apply to their vehicles. This will give them more time to change their vehicle to meet the ULEZ standards
    • The discount will be available to those who live within the ULEZ and in designated areas next to the boundary where the Congestion Charge resident's discount applies.
    • The sunset period will apply from 8 April 2019 to 24 October 2021
    • This discount will only apply while they live within the zone and are registered with us
    • From 25 October 2021, residents must pay the full daily ULEZ charge to drive a vehicle in the zone if it does not meet the ULEZ standards
    • Residents using a vehicle that doesn't meet the T-Charge emissions standards will continue to pay the T-Charge, at a discounted rate of 90%, during the ULEZ resident sunset period
    Checked here - https://tfl.gov.uk/modes/driving/ult...m-checker-ulez

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    Time to move out of Khan's shithole

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    unless you buy an Import S15 which doesn't seem to affected

    "You are not subject to the ULEZ.

    You do not need to take any action. However, other charges may apply."

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    Follows the current congestion charge zone doesn't it?? So really only the very rich inner part of London is effected.



    No doubt other cities will try and bring it over a much wider area covering much less affluent people

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    I thought it went to the circulars?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arry View Post
    Time to move out of Khan's shithole
    You couldnt pay me to live down there, i like my air with some oxygen in it as opposed to soot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piman2k View Post
    I thought it went to the circulars?
    Plan for the future I believe, that map was taken from the .gov website so I assume it's correct for today at least.
    Moving it out to the circulars will face stiff opposition IMO, plenty of everyday folk living there who can't afford the tax or to buy a flash new motor.

    I think the man in the guided castle is forgetting that everyone in London isn't an Oligarch with billions in their back pocket.

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    It's happening. It's not agreed yet. But it's happening.

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    Was on the Westfield forum and it seems q plate westfield s are exempt. Don't quote me on that. And a Westfield commute in the middle of winter, well the fun would wear of sharpish.

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    Their online checker is in Beta and is completely inaccurate. Not that they give a shit.

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    Who the hell lives in central London and drives?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubix_Cube View Post
    Who the hell lives in central London and drives?
    It's not Central London that's being proposed. It's practically Essex where it's going to end up. That is to say barely ten miles inside the M25.

    If you live in Wanstead and have a car you drive out to Chigwell to work, you're ****ed.

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    Yep it's a huge area and will encompass plenty of people on low-average income who just can't afford to lash out 30 grand or more on a new motor.

    Stupid thing is by the time it's due to come in the vast majority of diesels still on the road will be Euro 5, the difference between Euro 5 and 6 is pretty minimal.

    2021 area


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    Simple answer to all this, dont live in london.
    Come on up to Scotland, we are a friendly bunch up here usually. Dont bother with the central belt cos its full of puffs, south/borders is cool and the norths fine but cold.

    Plus we have this thing call air, which is comprised of mainly nitrogen, oxygen and some minor other gasses.
    Unlike London which has smog comprised of 90% soot and 10% shite

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    Quote Originally Posted by sideways14a View Post
    Simple answer to all this, dont live in london.
    Come on up to Scotland, we are a friendly bunch up here usually. Dont bother with the central belt cos its full of puffs, south/borders is cool and the norths fine but cold.

    Plus we have this thing call air, which is comprised of mainly nitrogen, oxygen and some minor other gasses.
    Unlike London which has smog comprised of 90% soot and 10% shite
    Distinct lack of craft gin bars and sour dough pizza though sideways!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SXRORY View Post
    Distinct lack of craft gin bars and sour dough pizza though sideways!
    Yeah we could be all day listing the positives of not being in London.....

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    How long before you all get a ULEZ tho, just because Sturgeon doesn't wanna be out-done by the English on anything.

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    That stupid cow can impose all the crap emission shite she wants, i will be paying absolutely no heed of it.
    90% of scotlands emissions could be reduced if the SNP and there followers would learn to stfu and yap a little less.

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    It's in the post.

    https://www.scotsman.com/news/transp...zone-1-4552333

    Note where the data collection sensors were placed. Right by the station. That is to say right by the idling diesel trains and taxis.

    Clever. Very clever.

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