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LEZs in the following countries require action before you enter the zone. For all the schemes below, a single Sticker is valid for each country (or in the case of the Bolzano Province in Italy, for the whole region).

Please note:
Please allow enough time for the sticker to reach you. At times of high demand to foreign addresses it can take up to a few weeks.
Please also note, for the lowest cost stickers, please buy stickers from the official sources linked to on this website. There are both fake sites and sites that charge up to 5 times as much as the official websites.

In Austria, in windscreen stickers are increasingly needed in the Austrian LEZs. Stickers are required for Vienna and Niederösterreich, and we recommend getting a sticker for heavy duty vehicles in Austria. In the Austrian LEZs where a sticker is not yet required, you need to show your vehicle papers in a traffic check.

In Belgium, foreign vehicles registered abroad need to register, as well as some other categories, eg some retrofitted vehicles if the retrofit is needed to meet the required standard. Belgian vehicles do not in general need to be registered. See our Belgian pages,

In Denmark, all heavy duty vehicles require a sticker, see our Danish pages.

In France, all vehicles require a sticker, see our French pages,

In Germany a windscreen sticker is required for all vehicles in all German LEZs. Stickers [plakette in German] can be bought from garages, testing stations [TÜV], the LEZ city administration, or online, for example from TÜV-Nord in several languages. 

In the Netherlands, Dutch vehicles are registered through the national database.

In London, British vehicles (not Northern Irish, Channel Island etc) are registered through the national vehicle database. Other vehicles, not on this database:

  • retrofitted,
  • early complying,
  • foreign vehicles and
  • Northern Irish, Channel Island vehicles

need to register separately. Registration makes sure that the authorities have the information on which vehickes comply.

In Sweden vehicles with exemptions need to have a windscreen sticker.

In Bolzano-Bozen Autonomous ProvinceItaly you need to have a sticker, see our Bolzano page.

In Prague you will need a windscreen sticker (likely to be able to be either a Czech or German one) once the LEZ starts.

For the Mont Blanc Tunnel, the price depends on the Euro standard. This is controlled manually at the toll point, Euro standard is estimated by the age of the vehicle.

In Athens and Lisbon control is manually through vehicle papers

In the UK LEZs outside London, and in Helsinki the LEZs affect only public authority vehicles, under their own arrangements.

In Norway once the LEZs are in operation, you will need to ensure that you pay the tolls if your vehicle is less than Euro 4. See for example the Oslo LEZ page

 

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