Initially scheduled for 2022, the implementation of video-verbalization in the ZFE of Greater Paris will finally be postponed to 2023.
Finally some good news at the end of the year! Because between the increase in the penalty, the decrease in the bonus, the arrival of the weight tax and the increase in the number of radars, the year 2022 looks bleak. To the point of being happy when the government announces the postponement of a measure, which will eventually come into force. This is the implementation of video-verbalization in the ZFE of the Metropolis of Greater Paris. Initially, this was to come into effect in 2022, but will ultimately be postponed to 2023, as announced by the League for the Defense of Drivers. According to the Metropolis, the implementation of this device would take longer than expected.
48% of vehicles banned
From 2023 therefore, cameras will be responsible for checking the Crit’Air sticker of vehicles circulating in the ZFE of Greater Paris, which concerns no less than 79 municipalities located within the enclosure of the A86. The goal ? Report on the fly all those who would not have the right to enter this area, because they are considered too polluting. And there will be many, since from July 1, 2022, all vehicles with the Crit’Air sticker 3 and more will be banned from this zone, that is to say gasoline produced before 2005 and diesel produced before 2010. A measure which would then concern no less than 48% of the French car fleet.
But if the video-verbalization will not be in effect immediately, don’t forget that you can still get a penalty if you don’t have a sticker or if you drive in the ZFE when you don’t. do not have the right. This then amounts to € 68, without withdrawal of points.
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