In many German cities, cars, campers, buses and trucks must carry an environmental sticker, even if they have a foreign registration number. Diesel vehicles from before 2001 are no longer allowed in city centers. In the case of petrol vehicles, this limit is before the 1993 construction year.
There are three colors of environmental stickers: green, yellow and red. In practice, however, only one of these - the green one - is used nationally. The red environmental sticker is no longer valid anywhere and is no longer sold. The yellow sticker is only valid in Neu-Ulm at the time of writing. A blue sticker for clean vehicles has been discussed in Germany for some time.
Yes, even if you go to Germany with an electric car, you must stick an environmental sticker on the window.
If you drive into an environmental zone without a sticker, you can be fined 80 euros.
Motorcycles, mopeds and mopeds, cars with a European disabled parking card and vintage cars (30 years and older, put a copy of the registration number behind the windscreen as proof) are exempt from the sticker obligation.
You can buy the German environmental sticker via the ANWB webshop (delivery time: five days) for 13.95 euros, including shipping costs. In Germany you can get the sticker at municipalities, garages and some petrol stations.
The sticker must be affixed to the bottom of the windscreen, on the passenger side (seen from the cabin: right).
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