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Broadway 2015 150bhp Euro 5 CO2 emissions

Post by cruisecontrol on Fri Jul 21, 2017 5:55 pm

I give up!

I've spent the last hour or more trying trying to find the CO2 emissions for my 2015 Broadway Euro 5 with a Peugeot150 bhp engine. 
I need this to complete the French crit air thingy. Looked in the handbook, AS 2015 specifications, DVLA website, Google etc. Some give answers, but all vary from 163  to 180 g/km. Does anyone know please?


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Re: Broadway 2015 150bhp Euro 5 CO2 emissions

Post by safariboy on Fri Jul 21, 2017 6:26 pm

All that I had to do was to send a scan of the first and second page of the registration document.
I do not thank that they will accept anything else.
A temporary sticker came back by email the next day but it took about a month for the real one to arrive.
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Re: Broadway 2015 150bhp Euro 5 CO2 emissions

Post by cruisecontrol on Fri Jul 21, 2017 6:30 pm

Thanks, yes I did that last time with my former van but also included the Co2 figure. I received the disc quite quickly too. As I'm going away soon I thought I'd tick all the boxes on their form just to be sure.
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Re: Broadway 2015 150bhp Euro 5 CO2 emissions

Post by Gromit on Fri Jul 21, 2017 6:48 pm

What Safariboy said, plus . . . 

I just put in "Euro 5".

That's all they need to know. That's the classification they use, and mine came back with no problem.

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Re: Broadway 2015 150bhp Euro 5 CO2 emissions

Post by steve00136 on Fri Jul 21, 2017 11:38 pm

Is this something new we need to do before heading off to France?

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Re: Broadway 2015 150bhp Euro 5 CO2 emissions

Post by safariboy on Sat Jul 22, 2017 7:22 am

You need it for Paris and Rouen at least.  If you are going round Paris I am not sure how close in to Paris you can go without a sticker but suspect that the periferique is included.  The number of towns in increasing.
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Re: Broadway 2015 150bhp Euro 5 CO2 emissions

Post by Gromit on Sat Jul 22, 2017 9:09 am

safariboy wrote:You need it for Paris and Rouen at least.  If you are going round Paris I am not sure how close in to Paris you can go without a sticker but suspect that the periferique is included.  The number of towns in increasing.
I didn't know Rouen was included, but there's a good illustration of what concerns me about the restriction zones.

Rouen is a good example of where it's very easy to take a wrong turning, and in other cities when they designate a free corridor you only have to forget and go off piste for fuel or a coffee stop - and the cameras will have you.  shrugg

For a one off €4.85 (I think) it just has to be worth getting a sticker, even if you avoid cities and may never intend to use it.

Fit, forget and relax - you're on holiday!!   wave

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Re: Broadway 2015 150bhp Euro 5 CO2 emissions

Post by safariboy on Sat Jul 22, 2017 9:15 am

My feelings exactly.  Much the same in Germany
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Re: Broadway 2015 150bhp Euro 5 CO2 emissions

Post by bikeralw on Sat Jul 22, 2017 9:21 am

I have to admit I've not got a sticker, but then again I always give cities a very wide berth. I never use the toll roads either, the sat nav is permanently set to avoid them anywhere in Europe.
 I didn't know Rouen was on the list, however since once taking a wrong turn there a few years ago, I always use the free ferry at Quillebeuf-sur-Seine.
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Re: Broadway 2015 150bhp Euro 5 CO2 emissions

Post by steve00136 on Sat Jul 22, 2017 11:27 am

Thanks for the info - i better get one sorted as of to France soon.

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Re: Broadway 2015 150bhp Euro 5 CO2 emissions

Post by burlingtonboaby on Sat Jul 22, 2017 12:17 pm

cruisecontrol wrote:Thanks, yes I did that last time with my former van but also included the Co2 figure. I received the disc quite quickly too. As I'm going away soon I thought I'd tick all the boxes on their form just to be sure.
Some what off topic sorry, used to watch squadrons of Lightings strike fighters taking of from the runway at RAF Wildenrath back in the 60's wonderful sight to see, what a noise.
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Re: Broadway 2015 150bhp Euro 5 CO2 emissions

Post by Gromit on Sat Jul 22, 2017 12:48 pm

safariboy wrote:My feelings exactly.  Much the same in Germany
Yes - got one of those as well and for the same reason, even though we have no immediate plans to visit Germany.  up!

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Re: Broadway 2015 150bhp Euro 5 CO2 emissions

Post by Cymro on Sat Jul 22, 2017 2:14 pm

All the sticker does is to show an inspecting busybody or camera the nominal CO2 level for that vehicle. Sure, tax bands or other restrictions can be designed by different countries in whatever way they like, but they will be all based upon that nominal output.

So why on earth has the EU allowed the introduction of a piecemeal system of stickers? Why isn't there just one set of stickers to denote various bands of emission outputs, leaving (a) windscreens free of all but 1 sticker; and (b) countries then free to impose such measures, based on the sticker, as they chose?

That'll have to come, eventually, before windscreens are plastered with one sticker per country, few of which could be positioned in the stipulated place and all of which will look at mess!
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Re: Broadway 2015 150bhp Euro 5 CO2 emissions

Post by Quilter on Sat Jul 22, 2017 5:48 pm

Cymro wrote:

That'll have to come, eventually, before windscreens are plastered with one sticker per country, few of which could be positioned in the stipulated place and all of which will look at mess!


Good point. As an interim measure why not stick your sticker, face down, to a piece of clear plastic, or sandwich it between two pieces of clear Fablon. Keep all your stickers in a folder and then, when you get to the relevant country either sellotape it to the windscreen or prop it up on the dashboard. As far as I can see your obligation is to " display" the sticker not fix it permanently to the windscreen.
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