Light Goods Vehicle (LGV) and minibus

Greater Manchester has been directed by government to introduce a ‘Category C’ Clean Air Zone to reduce harmful nitrogen dioxide air pollution.

The most polluting non-compliant commercial vehicles would need to pay a daily charge to drive on local roads in Greater Manchester.

We’re also working with government to secure a multi-million-pound funding package to support local people and businesses to upgrade to cleaner vehicles.

You could be affected if you own or drive a vehicle classed as a light goods vehicle (LGV) in Greater Manchester.

Check your vehicle

See if your vehicle could be liable for a daily charge to travel in the proposed Greater Manchester-wide Clean Air Zone.*

Has your vehicle been retrofitted to meet the Euro retro 6 standard?

*The Clean Air Plan proposals are still being developed, so the results of this vehicle checker are only a guide. In the meantime, please contact us at info@cleanairgm.com if your vehicle type isn’t listed. And sign up at the bottom of the page for the latest news and updates on our proposals.

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Fill in the questions to see what class of vehicle you own and whether you’re liable for a daily charge

*The Clean Air Plan proposals are still being developed, so the results of this vehicle checker are only a guide. In the meantime, please contact us at info@cleanairgm.com if your vehicle type isn’t listed. And sign up at the bottom of the page for the latest news and updates on our proposals.

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