Before the end of 2021, Jean-Baptiste Djebbari the Minister of Transport announced in an interview with Le Parisien that cars that do not have Crit’Air stickers can be videotaped. The State wishes to implement this regulation on the scale of Greater Paris.
Driving without a Crit’Air sticker may soon be fined via cameras. For this, a video over-tagging system will soon be set up. These cameras will be capable, like radars for controlling speed, of viewing whether or not you have a Crit’Air sticker.
Jean-Baptiste Djebbari has also underlined that he wishes ” that automated sanction checks, with radar, can develop immediately ». This measure will be implemented on the scale of Greater Paris and will be delimited by the A86.
As a reminder, in the absence of this label you are liable to a fine ranging from 68 to 450 euros. Once purchased at a price of 3.67 euros, the Crit’Air sticker is valid as long as it remains visible, so no need to change it every year.
Which vehicles are affected by the driving ban?
In Paris, all motorists who drive in Crit’Air 5 cars are not allowed to drive during the week and during the day within the inner suburbs. On June 1, 2021 will be added vehicles with the Crit’Air 4 sticker, i.e. diesels registered between January 1, 2001 and December 31, 2005. It is also impossible for gasoline and diesel vehicles registered before December 31, 1996 to have a Crit’Air sticker and therefore circulate in EPZs (low emission zones).
« Lhe low emission zones is not a question of traffic offenses, it is a question of public health. There are lives at stake. Air pollution kills 48,000 people a year in France: ten times more than road accidents »Declared the Minister in charge of Transport.
To summarize if you are traveling in EPZs or during a pollution peak, do not forget to get your label so as not to be fined 68 euros.
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