Wednesday, September 28

The restrictions that your car will suffer if it does not have a label or is C




Last September, the Madrid City Council finally approved the Sustainable Mobility Ordinance, so that vehicles without DGT environmental label (diesel before 2006, gasoline before 2000 and motorcycles before 2003) that do not pay the Tax of Mechanical Traction Vehicles in the municipality of Madrid, will have restrictions; as well as those that ‘wear’ the distinctive C.

Specifically, those who have cars with a C label and want to travel to Madrid and Barcelona in the next few days should be aware of the restrictions, as there will be areas where they cannot circulate. Those affected are vehicles with environmental label C, that is, cars and vans with gasoline engines registered since January 2006 and diesel since 2014.

Also included are vehicles dedicated to the transport of goods, gasoline or diesel, registered since 2014.

In fact, according to the approved text of the Ordinance, vehicles without DGT environmental label that do not pay the IVTM in Madrid, between 2022 and 2023 will be prohibited from circulating within the M-30 and on the M-30 itself.

Vehicles with the C label will only be able to access the Special Protection Low Emissions Zone when they go to a parking lot, private garage or reserve of non-endowed parking. The only vehicles that are allowed to park on the street will be those marked with an ECO or ZERO emissions label. The fine for not respecting the norm amounts to 90 euros.

In the case of Barcelona, ​​for example, vehicles with an environmental label C will not have any type of restriction to access and circulate through the metropolitan area, which includes the territories of Barcelona, ​​Esplugues de Llobregat, Hospitalet, Sant Adrià de Besòs and Cornellá de Llobregat.

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