The latest white paper from Allstar highlights how fleets can ensure compliancy with ULEZ standards.
The white paper looks at the reasons for the zone’s implementation, its operation, the expansion to other cities around the UK, and how companies and fleets will work in these new low emission urban environments.
With London’s ULEZ serving as pioneer before many other ULEZ zones are rolled out across the country, even if your fleet doesn’t enter into London, chances are that it will encompass one ULEZ or another in years to come, the white paper suggests.
The white paper goes into details on the various ULEZ charges, which vehicles are exempt from paying, and penalties for late payment. Topics covered to avoid charges include ascertaining vehicle standards and usage, paying and reconciling expenses, navigating cleverly around the ULEZ, redeploying vehicles and putting a policy in place.
With diesels the big losers in the ULEZ scheme, with only those classified as Euro 6 avoiding daily payments, the white paper delves into your fleet fuel mix of petrol, diesel and electric powertrains.
Finally, a detailed analysis of what ULEZ zones are coming and where concludes the white paper.