Since March 1, 2007, local authorities have been able to set up environmental zones. Only those vehicles that have one of the "fine dust stickers" on the windshield (or have an exemption permit) shown on the entry sign are then allowed to enter.
Low-emission vehicles can receive a so-called fine dust sticker.
You can obtain this from all registration authorities, technical monitoring organisations and all workshops that are authorised to carry out an emissions test.
The website of the Senator for the Environment, Construction, Transportation and Europe provides information on exceptions to the sticker requirement.
The stickers in the colours red, yellow and green each correspond to one pollutant group:
The emission class keys of the vehicles according to No. 1 of the old vehicle registration certificate or No. 14.1 of the new registration certificate Part I (ZBI) are decisive for the issue of the stickers.
If the vehicle has been retrofitted with a particle reduction system, a modification ZBI is required.
Presentation of the vehicle registration document or the CTI to the registration authority. A representative may be appointed without special authorisation.
Which sticker the vehicle receives can be determined free of charge on the websites of the technical inspection authorities.
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Last update at 07.09.2023