By Peter McLaren-Kennedy • 03 January 2023 • 8:15
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According to a social media post by ZBE Rondes de Barcelona and confirmed by N332 on Monday, January 2 foreign vehicles entering the low-emission zones will be fined €100 per infringement.
Local vehicles are able to apply for the appropriate sticker showing their designation and right to travel in the low-emission zone, however, these are not available to foreign-registered vehicles.
All foreign registered vehicles are now required to meet the same standards which are:
Single-day permits are available for visitors and can be obtained online, for more information visit the DGT website.
To ensure your visit to Spain goes smoothly if you are entering a low-emission zone in Spain with a foreign registered vehicle, please check and make sure that you are doing so legally or you could end up with a nasty bill.
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Originally from South Africa, Peter is based on the Costa Blanca and is a web reporter for the Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news.
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