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It's Electric! World EV Day in UK

London CNN — If you drive an older, polluting car anywhere in London, starting Tuesday you’ll have to pay a princely charge of £12.50 ($15.70) per day. So, Gold-plated Ferrari gas guzzler or a clean, GreenTV converted EV?

In 2019, the British capital became the first city in the world to introduce a round-the-clock Ultra Low Emission Zone, inside which cars and other vehicles have to meet tough emissions standards or face a toll.

That followed the implementation of road pricing in 2003 aimed at reducing congestion in central London. The ULEZ was expanded in 2021 and on Tuesday will be widened again, this time to cover the city’s outer boroughs and suburbs. The charge applies 24/7 to gasoline cars generally first registered before 2006 and diesel cars registered before October 2015.

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