London’s Mayor Sadiq Khan recently announced a £10 toxicity charge for the oldest and most-polluting cars in the city, which will become effective in October 2017. If your car is older than a 55 plate, you’ll have to pay the T-charge.
As no PCO car can be more than 10 years old, the T-charge does not affect any current PCO car.
If your diesel car registration is one of the following, you’re ok!
Are you driving a diesel PCO car older than a 65 plate? Then maybe it’s time to change it if you have long term plans
ULEZ (Ultra Low Emissions Zone):
London’s air quality has reduced significantly in recent years and the ULEZ is a way to further reduce the most harmful emissions generated by road transport in central London and across the Capital.
From 2020, all PHVs travelling in the ULEZ zone must meet certain emissions standards to drive in the zone or will have to pay £12.50 per day charge:
To avoid paying a charge from 2020:
Diesel cars must be Euro 6. 65/15/66/17 plate PCO cars will not be affected.
Make sure you finish your finance until 2020 if you dont want to do this job any-more