Required type of environmental badge in Neu-Ulm: yellow
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The date of introduction of the environmental zones in Neu-Ulm
- from 1.11. 2009 – entry allowed only to vehicles with a red, yellow and green environmental badge
- from 1.11. 2012 – entry allowed only to vehicles with a yellow and green environmental badge
Map of the Neu-Ulm low-emissions zone
The Low-Emissions Zone in Neu-Ulm, Germany
The city of Neu-Ulm in Bavaria introduced a low-emissions zone relatively early on in November 1, 2009. At first, less environmentally friendly vehicles with a red plaque were allowed to enter the city. However, since 2012, you can only enter the Neu-Ulm low-emissions zone with a yellow or green environmental badge placed on the windscreen.
In future, further tightening of the conditions and the introduction of a green low-emissions zone can be expected, as was the case for most German cities.
Which types of vehicles are affected?
The obligation to own the environmental badge applies to both German and foreign passenger cars (M1); motorhomes (M1); heavy campers (M1); minibuses (M2); buses (M3); small transporters (N1); transporters (N2); trucks (N2); and heavy goods vehicles (N3).
Driving in Neu-Ulm
Are you going to Neu-Ulm by car?
From 1. 11. 2012, entry to Neu-Ulm is only allowed to vehicles with a valid yellow or green environmental plaque placed on the windscreen. Entry is therefore limited to vehicles with a low impact on air pollution falling under the Euro 3 and 4 (diesel) or Euro 1 (petrol) emissions classes. Failure to comply with these rules is punished in Germany with a fine of 80 €.
The Neu-Ulm low-emissions zone includes the city's central area.
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The plaque has unlimited validity and should be placed in the bottom-right corner of the windscreen.