From 25 October 2021, the ULEZ is expanding from central London to create a single, larger zone up to, but not including, the North Circular Road (A406) and South Circular Road (A205). Vehicles need to meet the different emission standards for the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) based on their vehicle type, and the type of emission.
To see if your vehicle meets the standard, use TfL’s vehicle checker.
Or see which locations fall within the ULEZ zone with our postcode checker
If you drive a vehicle that doesn't meet the ULEZ standards within the central London area and the daily charge is not paid, a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) will be issued to the registered keeper. This penalty is in addition to any Congestion Charge or Low Emission Zone penalties received.
Millised on standardid?
We would prefer that you use a vehicle that meets the emissions standards rather than pay a daily charge.
Euro standards - which first appeared in 1992 - are a range of emissions controls that set limits for air polluting nitrogen oxides (NOx) and particulate matter (PM) from engines. New vehicles and road vehicle engines must show that they meet these limits to be approved for sale.
2007. aastal muutus Euro 3 standard kõigile uutele mootorratastele kohustuslikuks
Sõidukid peavad vastavalt oma tüübile ja heitmete liigile vastama ULEZ-i osas eri heitkoguste standarditele. Euro 4 muutus kohustuslikuks kõigile uutele sõiduautodele 2005. aastal ja kergkaubikutele 2006. aastal
Euro 6 muutus alates 2014. aasta septembrist kohustuslikuks kõigile uutele raskeveoki mootoriga kaubaautodele ja bussidele, 2015. aasta septembrist sõiduautodele ja kergkaubikutele ning 2016. aasta septembrist suurematele kaubikutele brutomassiga kuni 3,5 tonni.
Find out more about ULEZ emission standards, daily charges and penalty charges, plus information on how to avoid having to pay the charge for:
Your vehicle registration document will help identify your vehicle's Euro emission standard.