Can I make my Euro4 van ULEZ compliant?

I drive a 2008 Volkswagen T5 Transporter 1.9 TDI. Will I be able to make this ULEZ compliant when the time comes?

Asked on 23 July 2018 by tom brehony

Answered by Dan Powell
Low emission zones will see widespread urban charges being introduced for all diesel cars and vans that don't meet Euro6 emission standards and there's no way to make your Euro4 van compliant with the new rules.

As a result you'll either have to pay to enter places like Greater London or upgrade to something newer that meets the latest standards. The new rules are predicted to impact used van values quite hard in the coming months: vans.honestjohn.co.uk/van-news/van-market-news/201.../
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