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Post by dbroada on Thu May 17, 2018 8:28 pm

I had both my French and German stickers low down on my side, and I am sure one of them is in the position indicated on the supplied documentation. I think the Austrian motorway sticker had to be down there too but I have a Swizz sticker waiting to be put on and that can go nearly anywhere. At least that means they can just be slapped by a border man once he has your money.

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Post by Junige36 on Sat May 19, 2018 8:56 pm

I have stuck our crit air on a piece of acetate and wedged it down in the centre of the windscreen at the bottom. Can move if necessary hope that will suffice
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Post by mikethebike on Sun May 20, 2018 10:26 am

dbroada wrote:I had both my French and German stickers low down on my side, and I am sure one of them is in the position indicated on the supplied documentation. I think the Austrian motorway sticker had to be down there too but I have a Swizz sticker waiting to be put on and that can go nearly anywhere. At least that means they can just be slapped by a border man once he has your money.
Just come back via Slovenia and Austria .Advised the stickers go top left corner or behind rear view mirror.
It might not be critical. As long as it can be read easily .

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Post by Liam on Sun May 20, 2018 11:20 am

Junige36 wrote:I have stuck our crit air on a piece of acetate and wedged it down in the centre of the windscreen at the bottom. Can move if necessary hope that will suffice
Just beware - the French are very pedantic when it comes to official instructions and bureaucracy - I know, having lived there for 5 years!

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Post by Marko on Sun May 20, 2018 4:59 pm

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I've just come across this, I'm in Greece at the moment but will soon be travelling to the Channel Tunnel from the Belgian border, it would appear that from the above map I don't need a vignette. The wording of the rules on the RAC website is somewhat ambiguous. 


Fines of between €68 and €135 (between £59 and £117) are in place for vehicles that don't display an appropriate sticker and/or for those vehicles that are driven in set zones when they shouldn't."

The above sentence implies that all vehicles need a sticker. Can anyone put my mind at rest and confirm that stickers are only needed in the green zones?

Thanks in advance.
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Post by mikethebike on Sun May 20, 2018 7:18 pm

Hi Marko.  I drive through France every year. Just come back. Crit air stickers are for entry to high pollution areas Ie Paris centre.
The zones are being announced but I have never met anyone that has seen enforcement.
They only apply in working hours anyway. Weekends are ok as well as evenings.
Enforcement i understand is by a policeman observing you in a zone ,maybe only parked in a zone.Not by cameras.
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Post by Marko on Mon May 21, 2018 7:09 am

Thanks for that Micky.
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