New French legislation for those driving

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New French legislation for those driving

Post by Steph on Tue Mar 28, 2017 1:29 pm

Copy and pasted from a BPC email - FYI

France has introduced 'clean air' windscreen stickers, as a legal requirement in some of its major cities, to identify a vehicle’s emissions levels.
British drivers heading to the France capital are advised by the RAC that driving without a France 'clean air' sticker, called a Crit'Air vignette – which costs as little as £3.20 – makes them culpable for an on-the-spot fine of up to £117.

Drivers of non-French-registered vehicles though have been offered a degree of leniency – given until March 31 to fully comply with the Crit’Air initiative. An English language section of the government website responsible for stickers launched on February 1.

For more information http://www.rac.co.uk/drive/news/motoring-news/law-change-for-uk-drivers-in-french-cities.

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