ZTL, the only way not to get a fine is this: you no longer spend € 1

Many users who have always been attentive, get high fines right in the ZTL, all this makes people angry. But finally apparently starting from now, entry into restricted traffic areas is no longer subject to fines.

LTZ
ZTL -motori.news

This it will not be valid for residents or workers only but also for students and those who have the habit of traveling by car even if for a few meters or kilometers.

From now on you will no longer have to fear fines for the ZTL because new rules have come into force that from 1 October 2022, the cards on the table are changing. Obviously, the measure does not apply to all vehicles. For this reason, it is recommended to inquire, so as to know how to proceed in order not to make mistakes.

What changes and where regarding the ZTL

At least for the moment everything changes in only one area of ​​Italy, it is a metropolitan city in Northern Italy, Milan. In particular we are talking about area C. In the new provision we speak of some cars that can access the ZTL for free paying the 5 euro ticket. A car that does not have a ticket, cannot enter. Should he do so anyway, he risks getting a fine.

Among those exempt from payment and therefore able to access for free, there are cars that do not exceed the established CO2 emissions, or 100 g / km. These are obviously only plug-in hybrids and electric cars. On the other hand, mild and full hybrids are subject to tolls. It involves the payment of a single euro which allows you to avoid high fines.

The mild hybrid small cars, for example the Fiat 500 or the Fiat Panda pay the toll. Full-hibryd SUVs no. All this at first glance may seem a paradox, but it is the emissions regulation that leaves no room for doubt. The luxury sedans will have the opportunity to access the affected area.

ztl-Motori.news

Limited transition to small cars

For the first time in history then the passage to small cars and cars of larger displacement is limited. The new car models must contain carbon dioxide emissions as much as possible, to then proceed towards an adjustment on the regulatory level. But all of this is problematic.

In any case, it is surprising the fact that the changes in the ZTL and the adherence to the new regulation came from a large metropolis, the beating heart of trade and industry. Now who knows what other metropolitan cities will be or not, following the example of Milan, adapting to the new parameters.

Leave a Reply