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Critair sticker France

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Raxer26A · 13/08/2021 11:26

We are going to France soon , just picked up that we made need one of these stickers . I'm struggling to find a map with the zones on especially around Paris. We are driving to euro Disney. Anyone got one of these ?

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Sunshinedaisymeadowsxx · 13/08/2021 11:33

Honestly I’d just get one to be on the safe side and avoid a fine, they cost next to nothing and come pretty quickly so it’s worth it

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AttilaTheMeerkat · 13/08/2021 11:43

www.rac.co.uk/drive/news/motoring-news/law-change-for-uk-drivers-in-french-cities/ is useful info on how to purchase this sticker.

The French capital actually has two permanent low-emissions zones in place – the Greater Paris ZCR and the Central Paris ZCR.

The Central Paris ZCR (also known as the City of Paris ZCR) was France’s first low-emissions zone. The ZCR was introduced back in September 2015 and currently covers the entire area within the Boulevard Périphérique ring-road.

Since 1 July 2019, more stringent rules have been introduced in the ZCR, meaning that only vehicles displaying Crit’Air vignettes E, 1, 2 and 3 are allowed to enter the city between 0800 and 2000, Monday to Friday.

The Greater Paris ZCR (also known as a ZPE - Zone à Faibles Emissions) is a permanent low-emissions zone established in July 2019 that largely corresponds to the area within the city’s A86 ‘outer’ ring road.

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churchroad · 13/08/2021 21:35

www.certificat-air.gouv.fr/en/demande apply here, it’s a few euros and within a day or so they will send something you can print as temporary cover until the sticker arrives.

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