rules against climate change order of the day, some changes Routine actions by which humans harm the environment, All these new laws are for the good of the planet and should be implemented out of pure common sense, but even if we wanted to save us a fine fine,
Climate Change and Energy Transition Law starts to be active in a good part of Spain and that’s why new chances of getting approved appear on the horizon. For this reason, many city councils have started warning their citizens about the new rules, especially those that refer to Low Emission Zone (ZBE),
today though Only a minority have activated this law in their cities (remember, this will be mandatory in the future in municipalities and cities with more than 50,000 inhabitants), there are already some Municipal ordinances that make it mandatory to wear an environmental label from the DGT if we don’t want to pay the fine,
Label to reach LEZ
So, if we want to avoid fine, we have to carry one of the following with us Labels in the low emission zone:
- label b, Covers gasoline cars and vans from January 2001 to 2005 and diesel cars and vans from 2006 to August 2015.
- label c, Indicated for gasoline cars and light vans registered since 2006 and diesel cars and vans registered since September 2015.
- void label, Designed for electric cars (BEV), extended range electric (REEV), plug-in hybrid and fuel cell vehicles with a range of 40km.
- eco label, Suitable for plug-in hybrid vehicles that cannot travel more than 40 km in electric mode, non-plug-in hybrid and natural gas (CNG, LNG and LPG).
Surely many of you must be thinking that there are many missing other types of carsbut is that, as per the new rules, they will not be able to carry any badge and they will have Category Awhatever happens Gasoline cars before 2001 and diesel before 2006,