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Whats people's thoughts on the ULEZ expansion this August? As anybody checked there v5 to see what the nox reading is listed as? Are you going the fight against this extra tax? Or just suffer in silence and pay when you have to? Bearing in mind the robber mayor already has plans to charge everybody per mile.

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All historic vehicles are exempt so I can run my 1965 12mpg V8 Ford Mustang around London at any time, if I could afford to drive it there. Soon enough, the Supras will be classed as historic vehicles.

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The Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) is an initiative aimed at reducing air pollution by encouraging the use of cleaner vehicles. The ULEZ expansion in August is an extension of the zone, which will cover a larger area and affect more vehicles.

Some people may be concerned about the additional cost of the ULEZ charge, especially if they own a vehicle that does not meet the emissions standards. Some people may choose to fight against the extra tax by lobbying their local government, joining protests, or signing petitions.

Others may choose to upgrade their vehicles to meet the emissions standards, or opt to use public transportation or other forms of transportation that do not incur the ULEZ charge.

It's worth checking your vehicle registration document (V5) to see what the NOx reading is listed as and check if your vehicle meets the emissions standards. If your vehicle does not meet the emissions standards, you may have to pay the ULEZ charge or face penalties if you drive in the zone.

As for the per mile charge, it's a policy that some cities have proposed as a way to reduce congestion and air pollution. If implemented, it would require drivers to pay a fee based on the number of miles they drive within a certain area. The details of such a policy would depend on the specific implementation.

It's worth noting that the ULEZ and per mile charge are aimed at reducing air pollution and making cities cleaner and healthier places to live, but it can be difficult for some people to adjust to the new regulations and costs.

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21 hours ago, Anawilliam850 said:

The Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) is an initiative aimed at reducing air pollution by encouraging the use of cleaner vehicles. The ULEZ expansion in August is an extension of the zone, which will cover a larger area and affect more vehicles.

Some people may be concerned about the additional cost of the ULEZ charge, especially if they own a vehicle that does not meet the emissions standards. Some people may choose to fight against the extra tax by lobbying their local government, joining protests, or signing petitions.

Others may choose to upgrade their vehicles to meet the emissions standards, or opt to use public transportation or other forms of transportation that do not incur the ULEZ charge.

It's worth checking your vehicle registration document (V5) to see what the NOx reading is listed as and check if your vehicle meets the emissions standards. If your vehicle does not meet the emissions standards, you may have to pay the ULEZ charge or face penalties if you drive in the zone.

As for the per mile charge, it's a policy that some cities have proposed as a way to reduce congestion and air pollution. If implemented, it would require drivers to pay a fee based on the number of miles they drive within a certain area. The details of such a policy would depend on the specific implementation.

It's worth noting that the ULEZ and per mile charge are aimed at reducing air pollution and making cities cleaner and healthier places to live, but it can be difficult for some people to adjust to the new regulations and costs.

Chat GPT, is that you? 

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On 1/23/2023 at 8:57 PM, Anawilliam850 said:

The Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) is an initiative aimed at reducing air pollution by encouraging the use of cleaner vehicles. The ULEZ expansion in August is an extension of the zone, which will cover a larger area and affect more vehicles.

Some people may be concerned about the additional cost of the ULEZ charge, especially if they own a vehicle that does not meet the emissions standards. Some people may choose to fight against the extra tax by lobbying their local government, joining protests, or signing petitions.

Others may choose to upgrade their vehicles to meet the emissions standards, or opt to use public transportation or other forms of transportation that do not incur the ULEZ charge.

It's worth checking your vehicle registration document (V5) to see what the NOx reading is listed as and check if your vehicle meets the emissions standards. If your vehicle does not meet the emissions standards, you may have to pay the ULEZ charge or face penalties if you drive in the zone.

As for the per mile charge, it's a policy that some cities have proposed as a way to reduce congestion and air pollution. If implemented, it would require drivers to pay a fee based on the number of miles they drive within a certain area. The details of such a policy would depend on the specific implementation.

It's worth noting that the ULEZ and per mile charge are aimed at reducing air pollution and making cities cleaner and healthier places to live, but it can be difficult for some people to adjust to the new regulations and costs.

You forgot unfair taxthat does nothing to improve air quality. In fact you sound like one of Khans trained clowns NOT a car guy/girl.

 

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