That kind of makes sense, but the previous vehicle owner was in Doncaster. However, when sold new, it could have come from the London area?The letter was sent out to owners of all vehicles still on the road, that at some point were registered to a London address, and are required to pay the charge because that address is now inside ulez's expanded area.
If you don't have a Crit Air sticker (for Euro5 or 6) and you went to the Eiffel Tower you got away with it. Disney is well outside the zone, and you'd have gone a funny route to get in it. I don't think French cameras can reliably see if you have a sticker. Think you're more likely to get caught if parked.Recently I drove to Paris twice. Once to Eiffel Tower and once to Disney. Didn’t pay any charges as it was weekends or maybe they didn’t knew how to send fine notice to foreign cars
I don't know what's on my mat at home, like you I've no intentions of going to hell-hole London and I'm enjoying driving my LandCruiser around a wet and windy Cornwall, so Kahn can go and........well...you know.Good morning to all you large engined Toyota fans. I have just received a letter from The Mayor of London, addressed to me in name and as the owner or a 1997, diesel, 4200cc Landcuiser. He has politely informed me that my beloved vehicle fails to meet the high standard required to drive into London. Reading between the lines, I think that he is hinting that I wont be able to drive anywhere else on this Sceptered Isle. (Only Radio 4 Churchillian Types will understand that statement and that excludes Mayor Khan).
The interesting point about this letter, it is addressed to me, a Northern, white working class, straight talking, probably a most obnoxious type of person, A Yorkshire Man, who has absolutely no intention of going to London, either in my Toyota, foot , train, bus, horse, bicycle etc. And a confused one at that. Am I on my own, singled out, upon receiving this polite letter from Mayor Khan or have others in 'Toyota Landcruiser Land' received 'The Letter'?......... Just interested.
Thank you.Yes, we moved out of London , and still have the cruisers.
ER pre 2001 is Peterborough.Thank you.
I have one of the early V5s for the vehicle. It was R90 EER. This sounds like a private plate, but for a 1998 first registered, could this be a London registration plate. Anyone in the know? Only interested , thats all.