£100 million daily charges if ULEZ rolled out nationally

A national ULEZ-levy would cost drivers almost £100 million a day if rolled out, a TPA investigation revealed. Data from the DVLA revealed that 1.95 million petrol cars and 5.9 million diesel cars would be considered non-compliant under existing ULEZ standards.


Speaking to the Sun on Sunday, which published the findings, our chief executive John O'Connell said: 

“Taxpayers are right to fear the expansion of low emission zones.

“These costly levies make cash cows of low-paid drivers who can’t afford to upgrade their vehicles. 

“It’s time to slam the brakes on ULEZ and end the war on hard pressed motorists.”


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